La Quinta Inn Casper
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Casper
All day, 12 hrs, 795 miles. Smooth sailing except thru Denver. Lots so traffic there. Nice drive with the Rockies on the west side. Ate at Dukes and it was bad.
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... metre wide gap between two giant rock formations that most tribes or groups tried to avoid, even though it meant detouring about 3 miles around the area. Nowadays you can just take the highway, but an extra 3 miles in the middle of nowhere would have been a big deal back in the day.
We eventually made it to Independence Rock, described by the tour guide as 'a mini Uluru' - just what you want to pay money to see as an Australian. I ...
... has had a blast chasing his ball on the AstroTurf by the playground.
An easy five minute walk down a path at the edge of the park takes you to the North Platte River where you can fish your heart's content.
We have one more day here, then off to Cody, out gateway to Yellowstone!
Bye for now. Stay well.
... but to be fair, the city of Casper sits at 5150 ft.
Along the long winding road that travels up to the top of the mountain, there is a viewing spot that looks down on the city, but beyond the city, this vantage point gives the viewer the opportunity to appreciate the great expanse and wide open country of the ...
... into central Wyoming has been such a dramatic change in the landscape and terrain, especially for a couple of Eppinites. Not only is the land itself so significantly different from the New England and Mid-Atlantic states, but the Western Culture is a lifestyle that has developed over decades of hard work, bravery, stamina and an incredible sense of humor. What I knew of ...
- 10:00 a.m. woke up and got gas. Then headed to Casper, Wyoming which is 265 mile.
- 2:00 p.m. I ran out of gas one block away from the gas station. That was so upsetting. but lucky for me this nice man and his son saw me on the side of the road ...