Rodeway Inn Pronghorn Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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We left Tetons early in the morning after dumping the tanks and taking on water. We drove about 180 miles down the north side of the Wind River Range to Lander, Wyoming. We searched online and found a free campsite at the Lander City Park. Woo hoo. Stopped first at the Ace Hardware store to fill up on propane. We are set for several days of inexpensive dry camping.
After setting up camp and ...
... and grasslands of Wyoming. There were still a fair number of motorcyclists passing us, doubtlessly headed towards Sturgis, but their numbers diminished as we pressed on through Thunder Basin National Grassland. A stop for fuel in Wright, Wyoming left no doubt that we were in the heart of the oil and gas boom. Most of the traffic seemed to consist of rigs transporting petroleum products or drilling equipment. ...
... concerns for safety. Slow and steady. We settled in next to Lake Louis and lucked out on a nice spot right down by the lake. The bugs again were diabolical and soon drove us and the dogs inward. The dogs had so many mosquito bites on their underbellies that their guts began to look like a hormonal teens acne riddled face.
... question, “what’s going on tonight?” I reply “not much, just passing thru”. Conversation does not slow andit’s not long before I get reassurance that the stranger at the end of the bar is in fact not George Straight. I enjoy dinner, more beers, and rewarding conversation as the evening slips away. I get advice for my next days travels, well wishes and goodnights from the staff and retreat to my ...
... Ruby being the friendly person she is, asked where they were visiting from. The woman occupant replied that shewas from NY and began to speak about how much she liked seeing the mountains but everything else in WY was UGLY!! She repeated this a number of times and then explained to us that the cows she was seeing were not wild and that they had tags on their ears.!
Well, I had to hold myself back from laughing. It takes all ...