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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Okay, so far we've been on the road for three months, traveled a total of 3089 miles, visited ten states, saw some beautiful country, met some great fellow travelers and reached our first destination; Yellowstone National Park. We were on such a whirlwind of new places to see and things to do, we needed some time to unwind and do nothing at all.
We left Lander at just ...
So we did only 200 miles today and we have stopped for the night in Evanston, WY. It is about 6 miles from the Utah border. The mountains finally got pretty and greener around Green River. Again we saw a lot of antelope as we drove along. Little America was our lunch stop... Just a truck stop.. But with 75 cent ice ...
Well, we've dropped off 3 parcels ( neon signs) at the postal service, there are 2 more in the boot to pack. We are now heading to Salt Lake City. It will take about 8 hours. We have crossed the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming and have gone through a town called Rock Springs, about 5 hours into the trip. The whole town is surrounded by rock hills. It's quite strange. No greenery anywhere. But there was 2 Maccas though! Ha, they are everywhere. ...
... All for a usual steak price ($20-$25 each). All of the food was pretty good, nothing too extravagant, but good. The portions were huge... 16 oz for both steaks! And we didn't get charged for drinks (decent beer for Grant, a "meh" glass of wine for Bonnie). While we certainly have no reason to want to comeback to Evanston, WY, it was a great layover and provided us with a relaxing ...
... of fish, plants, and insects. There isn't much to the site other than the visitor center and a couple of trails through sagebrush (meaning no shade), so it was a quick stop. From there, we ended up at the Hampton Inn in Evanston, WY (in the southeast corner of the state, 3 miles from the Utah border). There is absolutely nothing exciting about this town other than it has a Hampton Inn with rooms! The highlight of our afternoon was ...