Motel 7

Address: 1915 West Spruce Street, Rawlins, Wyoming, 82301, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 1915 West Spruce Street, Rawlins, is near Wyoming Frontier Prison and Wyoming Downs.
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    Travel Blogs from Rawlins

    Heading back to Denver

    A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jun 08, 2015

    3 photos

    We have now left the magnificent scenery of the mountains, and are now driving across the prairie with not much to see. We are going to spend the night in Rawlins. It here we meet a few interesting characters and spend some time conversing with them. Lots of cute little cotton bunnies wandering around the camp ground. Looks like we have a nice night here in Rawlins, as it can be one very windy place.
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    Prison Territory

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Oct 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... be put to work, I was not welcomed. When I inquired as to the type of work, they changed their tune and just told me that I was able to walk around the prison and cemetery via nature trail. Also I could come back the next day during normal operating hours. For people running a tiny museum literally in the middle of nowhere, hospitality was not a strength.

    The following photographs were taken from the nature trail.


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    Home on the range

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 26, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... all over the place but had not seen many since Arizona. On this leg of the trip we have seen a lot of dead animals especially deer on the roadside.

    When we got close to Green River which is the end (or the beginning) of Flaming Gorge the hills are multi-colored and beautiful. On our driving trip years ago we come up thru Utah by the gorge on our way to Yellowstone and loved the views. After this the area is dotted with cattle but most of the land is getting brown ...

    In which our heroes laugh in the face of danger

    A travel blog entry by videoray.ag on Sep 18, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

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    The crew then settled in for the rest of the 10 hour drive to Kemmerer Wyoming where we will be going fossil hunting.

    It was during this stretch of highway that our travelers engaged in various feats of bravery:

    Andy decided he wanted to cross "shower at 75 mph" off his bucket list. Naked, slippery, blinded by soap, in a weaving bus, in a small room with glass doors....what could go wrong? Luckily nothing.

    Marcus, with ...

    We made it!

    A travel blog entry by thekennedys on May 09, 2012

    ... The wildlife here is just crazy. On any given day you can drive down the highway for about 20 minutes and count over 100 pronghorn (they closely resemble antelope) easily. They are EVERYWHERE. The deer trot down the sidewalks like people and look both ways before crossing the roads - it's funny to see them 'socializing' in town. The prairie dogs are like the 'Whack a Mole' game at Chuckie Cheese. They pop their little heads up and dissapear in their holes. ...