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... good stories. Although I am pretty sure if you have a blog it has to have a clever title so any help in that department would be appreciated.
Sight of the Day: Stretches of dark, unpopulated Wyoming Interstate Highways. I am not looking forward to the traffic in my future.
Quote of the Day: Overheard in a Laramie gas station, "And that is why I am not weird because I haven't slept with my cousin."
... runs into the Snake River downstream. There is a bridge that spans the gorge and offers views of both up and down stream. This park was neat because the wash bowl is essentially right under the main highway. We had no idea that we were driving right over it just minutes before. We didn't spend too long there because there was a school group on the bridge, but we still got to see what we went to see.
The next stop was a box canyon called the Earl M. Hardy ...
Wyoming is beautiful, absolutely, unbelievably beautiful. Well, at least the southern part we drove across. The landscape moves from open plains to green, white-capped mountains to rocky desert. There was absolutely nothing remarkable about our stay in Evanston. It was all about the drive through Wyoming to get there. Oh wait, one good thing about Evanston, we discovered Mill Creek Coffee Roasters out of Salt Lake ...
... as fortunate. A little paranoid (who loads just one piece of timber, after all?) but undaunted, we continued toward Big Blue. When we got there, we were not disappointed.
He is pretty cool, standing upright 40 feet tall, and peering into the windows of the Convention Center. We took a few photos, let Zeus commemorate the occasion as he is prone to do, and got back in the car to further explore ...
... South to Lander where we had an early lunch at a family style restaurant. On through the barren oil patch that is Southwest Wyoming to Rock Springs where we jumped on Interstate 80, the fastest route west. The high winds made this a very trying journey. Blue likes to amble along at around 60 miles per hour, the semi trucks liked to take this route at 75 miles per hour. Combined ...
Other places to stay in Evanston
1601 Harrison Drive, Evanston | 3 star hotelfrom $97
339 Wasatch Road, Evanston | 2 star hotelfrom $35
1983 Harrison Drive, Exit 3, Evanston | 1 star hotelfrom $68
1965 Harrison Drive, Evanston | 2 star hotelfrom $111
1931 Harrison Drive, Evanston | 2 star hotelfrom $87
101 Wasatch Road, Evanston | 3 star hotelfrom $108
1936 Harrison Drive, Evanston | 2 star hotelfrom $85
1936 Highway 30 West, Evanston | Hotelfrom $17