Comfort Inn & Suites Rock Springs
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... isn't a great location, but the hotel is really comfortable and has a great swimming pool. It was as far as we wanted to drive in one day anyway. All the town signs around here seem to show population and elevation - Rock Springs has a population of 23,276 and an elevation of 6,271 feet and that's about all there is to say about it. I'm glad we picked a decent hotel! Dinner was a Chinese in the nearby Bonsai restaurant, which made a nice change.
Thursday July 16 -Day 3
Today is the first day that we will visit one of the girls’ namesakes - Auburn, WY. It is going to be a very different drive today as we will be mainly on secondary roads. Auburn is a very small village off the beaten path so no freeways for us today.
We had a good start to the day, leaving the campground about 9:15 and heading east towards ...
... We drove past snow covered cattle and into what looked like white abyss' s most of the time as the snow had started falling thickly again. We found the general merchandise store that had the famed ice cream and made our way inside. It certainly was small ( total population of farson is 330) We chose our one scoop ice cream ( I wanted 2 but the girl more pr less would let me she said 1 is heaps) I felt really shut down and annoyed, she has no idea how much ...
... restaurant called Sweet Melissa's. Highly recommend it if you happen to find yourself in Laramie. I had the daily special which was artichoke manicotti with lemon and blueberry sauce. I know it sounds strange but the flavors were really good. After lunch the kids found some local made ice cream and we browsed the booths, and some shops. Grace successfully talked me into buying her some red cowboy boots. She has wanted red ...
... of block the view of the peaks anyway. Bill wouldn't approve of these photo ops.
Today's travel concludes in Capulin, NM, a small town near Capulin Volcano National Monument - CLOSED. So, with nothing else to do in town, we check out the campsite washroom, which is stocked with a bible and gun accessories ads.
Time to bed down. Lights out. Goodnight.