Holiday Inn Riverton - Convention Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Riverton
... Jenny camp ground was full so we decided to choose the signal mountain camp ground. So our first destination was the camp ground. We took an open spot and then set up our tent. Soon it was time for lunch and we had lunch, which was the last batch of frozer parotas and curry and all of us relaxed in the tent. Adults slept while the kids decided to catch ...
... hand. "Having a good day?" "Yes, thanks", I replied. "Can you tell me which cell phone provider you use?" "I'm sorry", I said, "I'm from overseas, and really can't help you with your survey.", I said. "But yes you can", she responded, "We're a national provider, and service all states".
Finally it was across the road to Arby's for lunch, and onto the highway in earnest about 2pm. Wound our way from highway to highway to interstate, across the border from ...
... and looked up a mate of mine, Bart, a fellow writer and a great storyteller. With his lovely wife Marion, we dined with their friends and swapped stories into the evening. Bart then took us for a quick tour of some of his stories around Riverton, before sitting in the backyard, stargazing and chatting until well past our bedtimes.
I had some great pics, but for some reason, I can find them, bugger. ...
... Shoshoni, was a modern day ghost town. There was a mushroom mill that shutdown in the late 90's so now every building on main street but two or three are deserted with broken windows. One of the shops that was open was a little ma and pa burger joint and here I tried my first set of Rocky Mountain Oysters. Not sure what I thought of ...
... was Ruby's turn to take to the wheel and she drove us through beautiful Big Horn canyons. Every curve we took was another breath taking view. As we drove closer into this little town it smelled of sulfur. We entered the State Park and at the pools and hot tubs within, we entered warm water containing 110 different minerals. The people in the pools were 95% Native Americans from the Arapahoe and Shoshoni tribes. The pool ...