Super 8 Rock Springs
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... are all covered in dust!
Jackson looked like a fun place to stay. The famous arches are made of elk antlers which are shed naturally after the fall rut each year. They are gathered up by the Boy Scouts and auctioned off each year. The proceeds are used to buy food for the neighbouring Elk Refuge to support the elk over the Winter.
We stopped for a coffee in a café and were amused to see coverage of the Nudge Unit that apparently ...
... on the secondary highways allowed for beautiful scenery. Ryder was in absolute heaven seeing all of the potatoes growing in the fields!
After the Pallisades dam we stopped in Alpine, WY. to fill up the truck and stretch our legs. Next up - Auburn. When we chose Auburn as a name I knew that it was small but I didn’t realize just how small it actually is, population 225. It was so ...
It was an early morning this morning, as we wanted to make an early Coors Brewery tour. As it turned out, the tours started at 10, so we had plenty of time. We parked on the street and caught the shuttle bus, which drove around a bit of Golden, then went to the brewery. It was a self-guided tour, so we just followed the signs and listened to the audio provided. It took about an hour and then we went to the gift shop. Around noon, we headed north on Hwy 25 to ...
We had a little bit of a rocky, or more accurately asphalty, start today. However, the extraction team of Cowboy and Jim a couple of nice park employees, Rod an awesome fellow camper, brother Jim, Bob, and myself got our trailer above street level again. No damage done except to the road in the Rv park. Jim, the less than courteous or helpful manager at Golden, Colorado's Dakota Ridge RV Park, before ...
... she had nice things to say about Rock Springs, but she must have lived on the other side of the tracks). And Debbie from the KOA was a very nice person. Anyway, it's a lot easier to say goodbye to Rock Springs than it was to West Yellowstone.
Bill's pulse and breathing have returned to normal, so it's back on the bus headed for Houston, TX (2 or 3 days drive). Our route today is East to ...