Silver Moon Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Yawwwn. Hope everyone is awesome, will be calling people soon. Just made it through the great basin after a couple 18-hr riding days so just heading to find a campspot first. In the meantime: photos of the desert! (mostly taken by a deleriously tired ...
When we left Colorado Springs, we still had not whittled down our belongings to a comfortable amount for roadworthy travel. Too many things were piled into the trailer and van making it a chore to retrieve anything that was needed immediately. While some things were accessible, others were way to difficult to find. We decided now was ...
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It's been a while we know, but we've been sure to make the good times roll and therefor have not had much of a chance to sit our very sore and now very tough butts in a seat in front of a computer to update you all with our adventures. Well, here goes our best attempt to fill you in on our experiences. And heck! that's all you can ask of us, huh?
We are now in the very WINDY state of Wyoming. Holy ...
... passing the fort - unfortunately, I was heavily raining and we didn't have our cameras ready.
In the afternoon we reached Rawlins, which is mostly a accumulation of motels, fast food restaurants, gas and trucker stops. Our motel was located directly next to the train tracks, which made our night a bit noisy. It isn't worth a stop - unless you need a place to stop overnight on your ...
... 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 ...