Saratoga Resort & Spa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Conference facilities
- Hot tub
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... can be. Not much moving, not much evidence of the 1,472 people that lived here. However, right in the middle of town was a little sign with a barely perceptible arrow. I followed it because Richard, as you now know, had tipped me off. I drove down a bumpy dirt road into an even bumpier parking lot. There were three cars there, including mine. I watched a couple, probably in their eighties, get out of their car. They wore white terrycloth robes and flip flops. The Inspector Pirot in ...
... enchanted by this section of our journey. This affinity may have been influenced by the Wier Creek and Jerry Johnson Hot Springs that we soaked in. So wonderfully relaxing and well, hot. We met some kind folks, Bob and Mama T, from Moscow, ID and they just about convinced me that I oughta give it a shot at living there at some point. Heck, Mama T and I could dance the nights away and there is farming, and there is awesome wilderness. What more could a gal ask for? Bob also had a ...
... passing the fort - unfortunately, I was heavily raining and we didn't have our cameras ready.
In the afternoon we reached Rawlins, which is mostly a accumulation of motels, fast food restaurants, gas and trucker stops. Our motel was located directly next to the train tracks, which made our night a bit noisy. It isn't worth a stop - unless you need a place to stop overnight on your ...
... and Mormon pioneers, the U.S. Army, the Pony Express, the Overland Stage and the Union Pacific Railroad. If it happened in the opening of the American West, it affected, or was effected by Fort Bridger.
The most interesting thing I took away from our visit was the fact that The Lincoln Highway, which was one of the earliest coast to coast highways in the country, came past here after it was built in 1913. It goes from Lincoln Park in ...
... I questioned him about the route to Lander, but he had no idea. It seems that he’s only been here about a year and “don’t get around much”. My words.
I came back to camp and hooked up Sooby for tomorrow’s exodus. I disconnected the sewer hose too, to make for a quicker get-away in the morning. I have to stop and get propane and fuel for Shorty first, so want to be ready to ...