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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the Third Kind. Again great riding and highly recommended. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devils_ Tower From there it was on to Custer, wind blew like hell all the way here. Notable "sights" were the Nodding Donkeys and the highly controversial Hydraulic Fracking Wells that dot the ...
7/13 Day 22 We are still camped in Casper WY. Tried to go to the Historic Trails Interpretive Center this morning but they were closed Monday. That was typical of where we are in the trip of barely knowing what day or time it is. Yesterday evening we tried to go to Bed Bath and Beyond but it was Sunday and 7:00 pm – not open. Though in fairness to us the Center had not posted their hours in the booklet we got.
We did get to ...
... got close to Douglas WY we could see the Rame Mountains. We followed them right up to Casper. The last half of the trip was challenging with wind gusts up to 35 mph. Slowed me down a little to70 from 80, so I could feel more in control.
We got in about 3:15 and set up camp at the Casper East RV Park. This is a more urban setting than our last site. But seems very quiet so far.
We then left Tex in the camper with the air ...
We got a late start this morning after spending time outside the Evanston Library where we accessed the wifi and posted our blogs for the past few days, having had no cell service in the Ruby Mountains. Today we drove a little over 300 miles to Casper, Wyoming, a pretty town. For the last 100 miles, we skirted a menacing-looking storm and ...
... we were passing through Hot Springs on the way to Casper, so why not check it out.
As the tourguide explained, Mammoth Site is a place that about 26,000 years ago was a sink hole filled with water. Thirsty mammoths, always teenage males, tended to fall into the water, and unable to climb out, would drown. 61 of them so far, and they're still digging. there were a few other animals, but evidently the sink hole was a mammoth magnet. ...