La Quinta Inn Rock Springs
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... entering Wyoming there was a Port of Entry side-of-highway mandatory stop for trucks with livestock or .... watercraft (and some other categories).
** LOTS of super long freight trains w/ containers double decked, coal cars, grain cars -- we kept pace w/ one for about 30 miles. Question: how do they get underway from a full stop, & how long does it take them to get up to 70 mph speed?
** Half of the way ...
... on shoulder of highway, looking at a large duffel bag. My guess: that bag contained a dead, possibly dismembered body, or I could be reading too many crime novels (thanks, Blackburn!) *Wildlife watch: saw the first antelope outside of Laramie; watched a huge hawk swoop down and take off with a sizable rodent as I was driving. I'm eating breakfast and looking at the atlas to decide where to go ...
... from the mess, did suggest that they probably should put up a warning sign pertaining to the cavernous dip in the road. Hm, WE AGREE. Judging by the number of deep gouges, I bet there are dozens of other rv'ers who would support some warning signage. Building memories. ;) 8:45 PM Now, safe and sound on flat ground in the Walmart parking lot in beautiful Rock Springs, Wyoming. Tomorrow, On the road ...
... so the streets were closed and food vendors were just closing up their booths. We walked around to stretch our legs a little. One booth that was still open was applying Henna temporary tattoos, something Taylor has wanted to experience for some time. She selected a design and had it applied. We asked the tattoo lady how long it would take to dry and she responded "oh, not long. just till it dries." That wasn't very helpful. ...
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 ...