La Quinta Inn Rock Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they told us this was the armpit of Wyoming, in their opinion. Great - so we are aiming for the armpit then!
We headed off towards Jackson and stopped off at the National Museum of Wildlife Art on the way. This was a fantastic museum - really worth the stop, I would go so far as to say that if you have time to visit only one museum in this area, this should be your choice. Jane/Julian - we could easily have spent a while day here with ...
... on the secondary highways allowed for beautiful scenery. Ryder was in absolute heaven seeing all of the potatoes growing in the fields!
After the Pallisades dam we stopped in Alpine, WY. to fill up the truck and stretch our legs. Next up - Auburn. When we chose Auburn as a name I knew that it was small but I didn’t realize just how small it actually is, population 225. It was so ...
... Dan dropped me off at the Jukebox Quilt shop, which was quite small, but I found an interesting Australian print. The shop was right beside a train track and the owner was having a sale, that when you heard the train whistle you could get 40% off a yard of fabric, so I took advantage of that. We stopped at Burger King for some lunch then headed to Laramie on hwy 287. We were going to go to the train yard again to watch the trains and take some pictures, but it ...
... the Great Plains were golden brown with wheat stubble, grasses, and sandstone lumpy hills. Some cattle. Wonderful herds of brown & white antelopes ("more antelopes than people in Wyoming" according to a Rest Stop attendant). The rest of the way: olive brown sagebrush prairies some with stunning rocky bluffs with scree skirts looking imminently unstable.
** Beyond the detour through the Medicine Bow Mtns., we crossed ...
We left Wendover at the Nevada border and Colleen drove the requisite 100 miles to breakfast. The drive took us through the Bonneville Salt Flats to just west of Salt Lake City. Colleen is still not totally comfortable driving, so this was the perfect time for her to practice. The road was flat, straight and there was no ...