Motel 6 Casper
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... metre wide gap between two giant rock formations that most tribes or groups tried to avoid, even though it meant detouring about 3 miles around the area. Nowadays you can just take the highway, but an extra 3 miles in the middle of nowhere would have been a big deal back in the day.
We eventually made it to Independence Rock, described by the tour guide as 'a mini Uluru' - just what you want to pay money to see as an Australian. I ...
... 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.
From our RV Park, we can see the long mountain range that leads up to Casper Mountain which is part of the Laramie Mountains. It overlooks the city of Casper and the surrounding area with an elevation is 8130 feet above sea level. Epping, NH, (The Center of the Universe) has a top elevation of 157 feet. A bit of ...
... to find out that many of the wagons and coaches that traveled west were actually made in Concord, New Hampshire. Go figure.
The state of Wyoming has a distinctive character, with it's changing landscapes, wide open plains and endless sky. We are only halfway through the state, and I think the best is yet to come; Yellowstone National Park, ...
... of prairie dogs and people climbing the monument. We all decided this was some place we would want to return. We want to hike and camp at Devils Tower. It was just so amazing!! The rocks surrounding were this beautiful red color. After Devils Tower we headed on down the road for a good 3 hours to our stop for the night in Casper Wyoming. All in all the trip ...