Howard Johnson Inn Evanston WY
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- I woke up to a bug flying around in my tent.. that was pretty annoying
- Then I went and left to Lander at 8 and arrived at around 5
- Stopped to get gas and ice and some snack - 12$
- After i left Lander I was headed out to Evanston, WY
- I got to Evanston at around 10
- I slept in my car
- Tomorrow we leave to Salt Lake City!!
We had a short morning visit with Riley and Aunt Marian before packing up the van and heading eastward. The journey today was only supposed to be six hours or so of driving but we had a few pit stops planned for along the way.
We drove for about an hour an a half before reaching Malad Gorge Park (part of Thousand Springs State Park) . We …
... was cool to see the snow covered mountains.
Safely through the pass and making our way towards Evanston, I went through some of the pictures we've taken over the past three months, kind of a photo recap.
So with the cold weather just around the corner, we needed to get farther south, sooner than later. On our way to Las Vegas, we will stop ...
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. ...