Travelodge Rawlins WY
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Yawwwn. Hope everyone is awesome, will be calling people soon. Just made it through the great basin after a couple 18-hr riding days so just heading to find a campspot first. In the meantime: photos of the desert! (mostly taken by a deleriously tired ...
... trip, using the teepee technique, to stave off the cold desert night and the coyotes. It's an incredibly beautiful site for a wild camp. See photos. + Day 36. Thursday 18th September. Little Sandy Creek to Diagnus Well. The section of today's route from Little Sandy Creek to Atlantic City is our favorite of the tour so far. Last night was lovely and cool, but not cold, and we woke to the sun warming our tent. As we cooked breakfast, a bald headed eagle circled on the thermals ...
... the wind is only about 20 mph and headed to the Carbon County Museum. It was one of the more interesting ones with history of the area, both Native American and the pioneers, local family memorabilia even fire engines. We did not realize that Wyoming is one of the largest producing state for coal and of course natural gas.
We drove around town, went to an antique store, stopped by grocery store and went home. By this time the wind is really blowing with intermittent ...
Ok for those who don't know exactly what we are doing, we are on a mission to get to Boston to tour the New England States with all their fall splendor! Sounds lovely right! Everything we have read says we should be there mid September to End of October to enjoy the full season..that's our goal! Therefore, we have NO time to dawdle through the route we have chosen to get there. That is for another time, another trip. Right now our mind frame is, our trip will really ...
As I was putting up my tent yesterday in Ryan Park, just off the scenic route 130 through the Medicine Bow Mountains, a lady walked by and commented favorably on my Mustang. She said that she had had a 1968 Mustang some years ago, given to her as a graduation present. She had heard on the campground grapevine that I was from Denmark. We started talking, of course, and sat down at my ...