Hampton Inn & Suites Green River
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It was an early morning this morning, as we wanted to make an early Coors Brewery tour. As it turned out, the tours started at 10, so we had plenty of time. We parked on the street and caught the shuttle bus, which drove around a bit of Golden, then went to the brewery. It was a self-guided tour, so we just followed the signs and listened to the audio provided. It took about an hour and then we went to the gift shop. Around noon, we headed north on Hwy 25 to ...
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Today was a very easy day - only 344 miles. We were on the road again by 8:00 AM (Amazing !). The weather went from a misty rain at Twin Falls to cloudless sky in Wyoming with temperatures not below 50 degrees. We arrived in Green River Wyoming before 2:00 PM. Had planned to have a second breakfast a local Denny’s or the like, but that was not to be. Green River is a sleepy Wyoming town that doesn’t even have a truck stop ...
... at a drive-through liquor store for some beers and settled into my inexpensive room at Motel 6 for the night. As bleak and unappealing as Rock Springs is, there’s something somewhat nostalgic about it and several of the other rough towns in Wyoming, a kind of feeling of a place not quite in the modern world culturally. It doesn’t feel quite like the Old West but rather a place left back in a less sophisticated era, maybe the 1970s or ...
... was cool on the water. I’m so glad we did that.
Last night we stayed in Lava Hot Springs right next to the Portneuf River. This was the most serene and peaceful campsite. And it was another town that John said he could live in. I think he just wanted to live by that river. Lava Hot Springs is built around the hot springs, of course. They have the usual pools and they also have all kinds of tubes and floats for the little river ...