Elk Mountain Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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8:30pm Hanna is an old cole mining town. Everything is abandoned and borders up. Looks like a it was once a busy little place and then one day everyone disappeared. Totally feels like a zombie town. Slept up the road a way at a gas station. Ran into the cook from the elk mountain cafe hanging out at the gas ...
6:30 mountain time. This town has a pop of 161. It's literLy just a school and a cafe. We went to the cafe....waited 44 minutes for burgers.....asked to take them out...was told no...eventually they gave us to go boxes...tried to eat outside but the skitos were ferosious! The entire town was just one dusty ...
... before, as is my habit, all I had to do was stir the coals in the fire ring to make certain nothing was still warm. I grabbed the steering wheel and scooched into the driver's seat of the truck which was now strewn with evidence of a long travel. The passenger seat was a jumble of maps and binoculars and fishing regulation brochures from every state I had been in. Today was moving day. Another shift of venue as I embrace this nomadic lifestyle I am trying on. I drove off the ...
... After four hours of deliberation and liquidation the van was more organized and our dumpster pile took up the whole van. We spent the rest of the day with our camp chairs and feet in the river. Flies and mosquitoes began to become the norm around dusk and at dark we made a nice steak dinner (seriously) and called it a day.
... of snow, and many snow fences, a reminder of their harsh snowy winters. Black Angus cattle dotted the pastures. Between Laramie and Cheyenne we noticed the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Monument. Robert Russin was the sculptor who built this bronze piece in Mexico and had it shipped in pieces to Sherman Hill, WY. Eventually it was moved to its present site at the Summit Rest Area in 1969 after the completion of Hwy 80. It was then dedicated to celebrate Lincoln's 150th ...