Hampton Inn & Suites Green River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... take Auburn’s picture at the town sign, the post office and the church. She was in her glory! While Kevin made the sandwiches and the kids played at the park (all old wooden playground equipment, I especially liked the old merry go-round), I snapped pictures of this unique little town. It was like stepping back in time. What the village of Auburn lacks in size it makes up for in beauty.
... so we got on to I80 and headed for Rock Springs. We saw some very interesting clouds and skies along the way, especially around Elk Mountain. Continuing across, we actually saw some sunshine, then right back into rain. It is getting warmer, though. Even at 6975 feet, it is 53F. We crossed the Continental Divide at 7000 feet, at 4:47 pm local time, so now we are officially in the west. It was a long drive across, but we finally made it to Rock Springs around ...
... out a wash bucket and started scrubbing clothes. The dry air and hot sun dried everything quickly. I swear the whole process was at least an hour quicker than any laundry trip she has done in any commercial campground. Don’t judge! It’s not sexist! I drive, she does laundry. It is simply a division of labor. We all enjoyed one night under the stars at Flaming River Gorge and hit the road towards Colorado early the next ...
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 ...
... 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 ...