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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so Peg could get more small spice canisters with magnetic backs for her herbs. Her few try out samples have worked well.
We then went to Fort Caspar (no typo, the original War Dept. designation misspelled it). It was very interesting to see the living conditions and space they had. For example, the enlisted men slept two to a bed in bunk beds. The beds were a bit wider than normal size bunk beds. They also had a nice, ...
... 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 ...
... roads, but this time we got stuck behind some older lady in a Ford pickup truck who was evidently terrified of some of the steeper turns near the edge, especially when there weren't any guard rails. The way she compensated for this was to slow down to about 15 mph until she came to a curve where she slowed down to about 5 mph. Now anyone who has ever tried to keep a 900 lb motorcycle, 2-up loaded with gear upright in a steep 180 ...
... to a local bar across the road called Chatters. It was an awesome little bar with the nicest people. Jordan said he had finally taken me to a honky tonk. I thought it was just a good ole bar. We got to talkin to a few of them, listened to karaoke, and the cook at the bar pulled a fixed blade knife off his hip and gave it to Jordan as a souvenir. It was a great night and we met a lot of nice people- Wyoming was a lot nicer than ...