Energy Inn

Address: Kemmerer, Wyoming, United States | Inn
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This inn, located in Kemmerer, is near Fossil Country Museum and Ham's Fork River.
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Travel Blogs from Kemmerer

Day 4, Gardiner, MT to Kemmerer, WY

A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Aug 02, 2015

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The exemplary behaviour the night before meant uninterrupted sleep and a timely awakening. Bill was already up, packed and somehow had found breakfast, although, notably, not for me unlike my WSO in Nova Scotia who always made sure I had a breaky sammich! (Thankx BuBu!).

Our m'otel was literally 1 mile from the gate to Yellowstone Park so we were in the queue in a few minutes. The cost was $25 to exit the west park gate by Old Faithful, or $40 to exit the ...

Fossil Butte National Monument

A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Aug 12, 2014

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A late start and a little over a 2.5 hour drive took up our morning. We arrived from Pinedale in Kemmerer, the birthplace of one John Cash Penney, known for having started the J.C. Penney stores. Their headquarters and mother store are still in Kemmerer, but that is not why we were there. We arrived around lunch time and, ...

Day in Kemmerer

A travel blog entry by alandliz on Jun 05, 2014

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... s off to town to visit the very first JC Penny store. Really nice feeling to the store. It's old and well maintained and has some relics from the past, and still functions as a store (I bought a couple of t-shirts). We enjoyed chatting with the young man who served us. Anyone visiting Kemmerer should visit the store. Then we visited the house Mr. Penny lived in with his wife; loved the house. People in this little town are very ...

Vernal to Kemmerer

A travel blog entry by alandliz on Jun 04, 2014

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We discovered that Vernal is an oil town, with some tourism. There are heavy vehicles transporting all types of oilfield equipment running up and down main street all day. Wouldn't you know it...Liz has found a shop that sells Christmas ornaments at 75% off !! I wouldn't recommend the Best Western Dinosaur at present as it is being renovated, with all of the associated noise and disturbances. So we got up fairly early (8 am), and had brekky and a morning walk along Main Street ...

50 Million Years Worth of Fun

A travel blog entry by on Sep 20, 2013

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Today we went digging for fossils in the Green River area of Wyoming. This excursion was actually the original raison d'Ítre for the entire trip. Dear friend and archetype adventurer Steve Van Meter has been wanting to gofossil digging for about a decade and planted the idea in Scott's head. Using VIPS as just cause a plan was set in motion. Ironcally, Steve actually could not make the trip - instead he had to go hunting ...