Howard Johnson Inn Evanston WY
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So we did only 200 miles today and we have stopped for the night in Evanston, WY. It is about 6 miles from the Utah border. The mountains finally got pretty and greener around Green River. Again we saw a lot of antelope as we drove along. Little America was our lunch stop... Just a truck stop.. But with 75 cent ice ...
Well, we've dropped off 3 parcels ( neon signs) at the postal service, there are 2 more in the boot to pack. We are now heading to Salt Lake City. It will take about 8 hours. We have crossed the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming and have gone through a town called Rock Springs, about 5 hours into the trip. The whole town is surrounded by rock hills. It's quite strange. No greenery anywhere. But there was 2 Maccas though! Ha, they are everywhere. ...
... This is such a small town that we were a little wary, but it actually was pretty good. The restaurant was the Bon Rico Supper Club. We got a ton of food, which was all pretty good, for a great price. We each ordered a steak - NY Strip for Grant, Filet Mignon for Bonnie. With that we got a relish tray (fresh & pickled veggies), soup, salad, bread, steaks, baked potatoes, and a ...
... of fish, plants, and insects. There isn't much to the site other than the visitor center and a couple of trails through sagebrush (meaning no shade), so it was a quick stop. From there, we ended up at the Hampton Inn in Evanston, WY (in the southeast corner of the state, 3 miles from the Utah border). There is absolutely nothing exciting about this town other than it has a Hampton Inn with rooms! The highlight of our afternoon was ...
... included here was taken at a rest stop and explains why some interstates are named National Purple Heart Trail.
Arrived in Rapid City, SD, on Tuesday, June 24 to camp at Ellsworth Air Force Base which is several miles out of town. Many of the military installations across the country have campgrounds for current and retired military type people. I can stay here because I am a retired DoD civilian. This is my first stay at a military ...