Hampton Inn Evanston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We took today to relax and just enjoy the day. We spent the morning relaxing and catching up on emails, Facebook, etc. For lunch, we visited a "brewpub." We use quotes because it was called a brewery, but we didn't see any brewing equipment. It was not necessarily a good choice. We ordered boneless buffalo wings. Either they brought us BBQ wings or …
... So, me and Maggie each had one. Gerry had his stale old Cinnabon bun left from yesterday.
I was surprised to see the Speed Limit most of the way in Wyoming was 80...haven't seen a sign for 80 in years, if ever.
Tomorrow to Salt Lake City for 3 days. Site seeing, rest, laundry and hope to here the "music". Nite ...
... here we are going through Coalville and it is a total contrast. Still mountains skirt the town but there is a gorgeous stream weaving its way through. There is heaps of greenery and the houses are huge. Lovely little town. Coming into Salt Lake City now, it's 7:30pm. I can see why the Winter Olympics was held here, it's so pretty. The mountains are gently undulating. Blending into each other. I thought Utah was a desert, clearly I was ...
We realized yesterday that after 10 nights in a tent on an air mattress (and 2 nights on a dorm mattress before that), that we were more than ready for a hotel! We decided to leave Grand Teton a day early from our original plan and head south towards Colorado. We got up early for Grant to take some sunrise pictures of the mountains, then broke camp and went to Fossil Butte National Monument. Fossil Butte has some of the world's best ...
... which have at least 8 peaks just under 10,000 feet and the highest peak of 13,167.
The drive from Buffalo, WY to Casper, WY was an easy drive along I 25. At Casper, I then followed WY 220 and US 287 south to Rawlins, crossing the Continental Divide twice (once at 6,250 feet and the second time at 5900 feet). These routes are nice two lane roads (65 mph) with passing lanes spread out every ten miles or so. On any other day, it might ...