Hampton Inn & Suites Craig
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- Indoor pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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We head back down the mountain to Yampa River State Park. We are here for three nights. This park is on the main road so we have noise from the traffic. The park itself is very well looked after. The sites are large and well maintained, but once again we only have electric. This seems to be the standard for Colorado. Yampa River is at an elevation of 6700 feet so I start to feel the weight lifting from ...
Quick stop for salads at Wendy's in Craig. About the only thing we found interesting in Craig was the town's name.
Leaving town I found that one of the bolts holding the Indian's windshield to the bracket had fallen out. Pulling a quick "McGyver", I cut a section from my long boot laces and tied the windshield to the bracket so as to not lose any pieces.
... was sent there by Andrew Carnegie. He wanted a dinosaur skeleton for his museum and this guy struck gold. Only about ¼ of the mountain remains as the rest of it was excavated and the bones were removed for museums.
Within the park is a settler’s cabin. We were told it was just minutes from the Quarry, so we headed in that direction. What was interesting was that the settler was a woman. She homesteaded the area and lived there ...
Our route today will take us to Craig, CO via I-70 and Rifle, CO. Now Christina would be proud as this was a departure from my pre-planned itinerary. This was brought on by us trying to find a way to get from I-70 to I-80 with as few mountain passes as possilbe. We checked out two ways and each had two 8,000 ft. heights. So we tried another route that was not supposed to have any steep runs. Well the route we took was not devoid of some steep runs ...
... Jarvie met his end when two transient workers robbed and murdered him. They put his body in a boat and set it adrift on the Green River.
Lodore Hall was built in 1911 and was a gathering place, a school, and a church. It is still used as a community center. I was touched walking through the adjacent cemetery where Jarvie is buried along with others—Juan Catrino who died of smallpox in 1880, Josie Bassett’s father who died ...