Econo Lodge Rawlins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... am I asleep, is this a dream? time warp? WHERE AM I?????" Turns out, the Rockies ridge splits in WY for a bit, creating the Great Divide Basin (water doesn't drain, it evaporates).
After leaving the first two towns behind in my highway dust, I opted for a stop in Rawlins, home of a WY Frontier Prison Museum (according to a highway sign). Plus, I also found myself entertained by exaggerating the name "Rawwwwlins" ...
... uphill. I just love SLC with the contrasts...flat land, mountains, city, country and green. On the other side of the mountains we start seeing the ranches and the green hills/mountains and it is such a treat after all the brown in NM, AZ and some of CA. We make it to Parley's Summit at 7250 while still in UT and we are going to level off around 6800 near the border. Luckily I have my altitude app so I can tell at any time how high we are (in altitude not the number of drinks ...
- It is now 1:44 in the morning and we are running low on gas so we fill up in Sinclair Wyoming.
- We grab coffee and a couple of some extremely unhealthy red bulls.
- Gas Cost: $44.28
- Drink Cost: Best $7 ever spent.
Headed out at 8:30 am. Stopped for fuel at Loves. Spent $123.48 on diesel. It's a long drive across the rolling prairies. We saw cattle on the range and many small silos located all over the open plain. I tried to google them and the best that I could figure out is that they were missle silos - very strange! We stopped at a cool travel visitor center called Little America and had lunch. There's a motel, ...
Day 14 - August 28, 2013 Day two in Grand Teton NP and we started off with a drive to the Signal Mountain summit where we had beautiful views of the Tetons. From there we drove to String Lake. It was about 10:30 am and there were thick clouds in the sky and the air temperature was only 58 degrees. Nonetheless our little polar bears went swimming! As they swam in the crystal clear water the clouds cleared and the sun shone warmly. Still, they ...