Howard Johnson Inn Evanston WY
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... repair for June 26. I said that was great and I'd have the tour company pick me up there at the repair shop. Then I remembered Willow. The tech said Willow could stay with the RV and he would make sure the MH was in the shade with the windows open. If it got too hot, he would plug in electricity and turn on the air conditioning for Willow. How nice is that??
I took a tour from Rapid City to Mt. Rushmore and was quite happy to have someone ...
... the 2 lane roads!. There are positives and negatives to everything. I wrote before about the 2 lane roads, and the cool small American towns. I also talked about how slowly we had to go, in order to see all those small American towns. Positive/negative. So, now we're going 75 MPH, but now there are a lot of trucks, also going 75 MPH!!! Positive/negative. Ha, I have to say, the Wendy's burger was okay, but the milkshake was good and thick. ...
Once again beautiful scenery - followed the Snake River through the Targhee National Forest.
Stopped at a really cool place called the Yankee Doodle Cafe in a ski town called Alpine (original). The cafe was all red, white and blue and stars and stripes! The owner ...