Sage and Sand Motel

Address: 311 South First Street, Saratoga, Wyoming, 82331 , United States | Motel
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    Doing Laundry Leads to Free Hot Springs, Right?

    A travel blog entry by windinthetrees on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... he saw my license plate he started asking questions and then, like The Incredible Hulk of travel guides, he transformed and began sending a bunch of information my way. It turns out, he knew his stuff. I never would have found half these places without him.
    Take Saratoga, for example. Which is where I was heading when I started to tell you about Richard. It was still really early, maybe 6a.m. as I came into the edges of tiny little Saratoga that was very quiet the way ...

    Makin' The Good Times Roll!

    A travel blog entry by powerstroke on Oct 02, 2014


    ... weather really turned as soon as we crossed that state line. A woman yesterday told us it was supposed to warm up this weekend, but the W's usually come together (warm and wind). Could it get windier?! If so, holy smokes, what did we get ourselves into?!

    I'll backtrack a little bit to give you some highlights of our time leading up to now. We road up Hwy 12 in Idaho along the Lochsa River. SO stinkin' beautiful! Of all of the places we've been, I may or may not have ...

    On the road - finally

    A travel blog entry by miri0788 on Aug 30, 2014

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    ... and have some time to spend: Bring your swim suit - bathing in the springs is free!

    When we reached the Interstate, we made another stop in Fort Steele (Fort Fred Steele Historic Site), which is definitely worth a stop if you're interested in the history of American Railroad expansion and settlers moving to the west in the 19th century. Luckily, we could even see a train of the Union ...

    Trails, Ponies, Railroads & Transcontinental Hwys.

    A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jun 10, 2012

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    ... 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 ...

    Same, only different...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 30, 2012

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    ... into the inside lane and then signal right and move into the outside lane. A felony? He checked out my “papers” and came back to the car with a written warning. It makes me think of the days in Europe during WWII when one’s papers were the only thing that could save them from some sort of inconvenience or worse, terror.

    The officer, Trooper Kennedy, had come here from Illinois to be ...