Days Inn Casper
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... has had a blast chasing his ball on the AstroTurf by the playground.
An easy five minute walk down a path at the edge of the park takes you to the North Platte River where you can fish your heart's content.
We have one more day here, then off to Cody, out gateway to Yellowstone!
Bye for now. Stay well.
... but to be fair, the city of Casper sits at 5150 ft.
Along the long winding road that travels up to the top of the mountain, there is a viewing spot that looks down on the city, but beyond the city, this vantage point gives the viewer the opportunity to appreciate the great expanse and wide open country of the ...
... Tetons, Wind River Canyon and the Red Desert.
I am so thankful we are able to see the absolute beauty and diversity of our America.
So, I think our stay in Casper will give us time to appreciate the state that calls itself, "Forever West" and let us have a glimpse of the real American Frontier and the essence of the authentic West.
Bye for now. Stay ...
... really good so far. We are more than half way finished with our trek. Kids are holding up fine. We have reached a new "normal" with junk food and fried food always at the ready. We are thankful for those hotels with pools as it gives us some outlet for energy. The three of them are able to snuggle up together in one bed, but I can already see these days are numbered. ...
... by the dozens on the road and some in caravans.
*Five day of not watching the news has been wonderful. Getting out and about with regular folks from all over the world renews your faith in people who make up our great country. You can see that visitors who come from other countries appreciate what we as Americans take for granted. May God continue to bless our nation.