Econo Lodge Rawlins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Unfortunately, arriving at 4:11pm is not good when the museum closes at 4:00pm. Not knowing the hours, I saw some people walking into the prison (they used the front door, so I postulated that they were not ghosts) so I poked around a little, found the office. That was not well-received by the administrators - I was told that those people were volunteers and unless I ...
Gas cost $53.30 when arriving in Rawlins. Buddy and I had a fun day visiting the Carbon Country Museum and then going to Memory Lanes. We had a friendly competition of bowling in which I won in every round. We had French fries and soda ($4.71) during this time. The ...
When we get past the I-80/84 split we have the Red Rocks on one side and the rolling green hills on the other, it is so different. As we travel into Wyoming we get a dryer soil with sagebrush and the mountains aren't as tall, I guess because we are already higher in altitude. Getting close to Evanston, WY we come to the crest of the hill and we have a long straight road and then as we start to rise to another crest we see about 2 dozen turbines. Usually we ...
... a fabulous gift shop. Then onward to Rawlins to stay at the RV World Campground for the night. It was an adequate campground with not too many amenities - no pool nor hot tub. But the place was booked solid. It must be a well known spot to take a break for the night. It was very windy here and according to the office staff, not unusual. Cost: $27.54 with discount for the night. I took a walk into town and came ...
... they came out. It's possible that String Lake is the prettiest little lake in the country. :) No trip that Ron takes seems to be complete without an off-road adventure! After a picnic lunch by the lake we traveled on River Road, a four-wheel-drive-access-only road in the park that runs between the Snake River and the Tetons. The Snake River is gorgeous!!! We got out of the car to admire it a few times and I could have looked at it all day. ...