Econo Lodge Rawlins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The drive from Salt Lake City to Laramie started out lovely. The mountains outside of the city glowed with fall colors, gorgeous reds and oranges climbing to the rocky peaks. Then there's Wyoming. It's as though each state has been granted a maximum amount of natural beauty and varied landscape and Wyoming hit the quota in Yellowstone; brown & boring was all that was left. I've heard that the Bighorn Mountains in northern Wyoming ...
... higher than we probably realised at the time. South of Pinedale, things are a lot better grizzly-wise, but a lot worse mileage wise, and we have our biggest four days coming up by far. + Day 35. Wednesday 17th September. Pinedale to Little Sandy Creek. We had been told by the mechanic in the bike shop that the road surface for the entirety of today's route was good, so we knew it would be a long mileage but quick day. As a result we eeked out every last second at the hotel and ...
... of construction also, that reduced the traffic to 1 lane in places..The big trucks and cars that unfortunately got behind us were "not happy". We saw a lot of antelope today and I saw a coyote very close to the highway. I have been waiting days to see some wild game. ...
... wheels but when we went for our nightly walk there weren't many cars or trucks with them.
FRIDAY 6/27-We heard something that we had not heard since probably Texas on the way out....RAIN. At least it wasn't bad like some of the storms going thru the mid-west and plains just a light pitter patter. Today was a relax and regroup day, especially since our living quarters are cut in half with the slide not being out. We left about noon since the clouds are trying to break ...
The crew then settled in for the rest of the 10 hour drive to Kemmerer Wyoming where we will be going fossil hunting.
It was during this stretch of highway that our travelers engaged in various feats of bravery:
Andy decided he wanted to cross "shower at 75 mph" off his bucket list. Naked, slippery, blinded by soap, in a weaving bus, in a small room with glass doors....what could go wrong? Luckily nothing.
Marcus, with ...