Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Rock Springs Green River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... on shoulder of highway, looking at a large duffel bag. My guess: that bag contained a dead, possibly dismembered body, or I could be reading too many crime novels (thanks, Blackburn!) *Wildlife watch: saw the first antelope outside of Laramie; watched a huge hawk swoop down and take off with a sizable rodent as I was driving. I'm eating breakfast and looking at the atlas to decide where to go ...
We had a little bit of a rocky, or more accurately asphalty, start today. However, the extraction team of Cowboy and Jim a couple of nice park employees, Rod an awesome fellow camper, brother Jim, Bob, and myself got our trailer above street level again. No damage done except to the road in the Rv park. Jim, the less than courteous or helpful manager at Golden, Colorado's Dakota Ridge RV Park, before ...
... a 50's burger place called Broadway Burger Station. The shakes and burgers were pretty good. A couple more miles and we were at our hotel - a Holiday Inn Express. Nice, new and clean. Rock Springs reminds us of Gallop, New Mexico. The kids went to the pool to swim, Jack ran on the treadmill before we retired to bed. Lauralee is happy as there is a Starbucks across the street for morning coffee. Tomorrow we head to Jackson and Jackson ...
... an hour on the clock and the unexpected stop at the Apple Store, we ended up in Rock Springs, about 100 miles short of Rawlins. Glad we're not on a schedule. Tomorrow we head to Nebraska and will see where the road takes us. It's nice to not be pressed for time; our only goal Is to be off the highway no later than 5:00 ...
... she had nice things to say about Rock Springs, but she must have lived on the other side of the tracks). And Debbie from the KOA was a very nice person. Anyway, it's a lot easier to say goodbye to Rock Springs than it was to West Yellowstone.
Bill's pulse and breathing have returned to normal, so it's back on the bus headed for Houston, TX (2 or 3 days drive). Our route today is East to ...