Silver Moon Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... pass and you could feel yourself being sucked into their slipstream. Yikes! We decided this was no fun at all, we couldn't even look up and enjoy the scenery because our eyes were glued to the white line. We eagerly stuck up our thumbs and a another very kind retired man picked us up saying he was only going a little ways down the road to Cameron, when we got to Cameron, he said, "oh heck, you girls have been pedaling enough, I'll take you a little ways further to Lion's ...
... we were so excited to visit Yellowstone National Park. When arriving, we packed our bags with water and nutritious bars for our hike on Mount Washburn. The hike took us an hour and half to get to the peak. The view was incredible, we will never forget the ...
... reason, everywhere we went the residents were giving us a dirty look. We asked the fellow clerk at the records store and she said that nobody in town wears the color read because it reminds them of a tragedy that happened years ago. We quickly changed outfits and went to Sheldon Museum of Art. ...
... area next to the Cache la Poudre River and enjoyed our sandwiches in the sunshine.
After passing the Cameron Pass, the road went down in steep slopes and we drove through endless wideness until we reached the Interstate I-80. But before that, we first passed the border to Wyoming and then stopped for a little walk in Saratoga and visited the hot springs. If you pass this lovely ...
... blowing!). Just as we crossed the state border, we saw a herd of antelope grazing.
We stopped to tour Fort Bridger Historic Site after we saw it advertised along the interstate. It was an interesting stop and we enjoyed it very much. The fort was established by Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez in 1843 as an emigrant supply stop along the original Oregon Trail. It proved to be one of the main hubs of westward expansion used by mountain men and Indians ...