Town House Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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We rose early to see the sunrise over the lake, then after a leisurely breakfast we headed to the Gas station to fill up, it was there I meet the Estes Park Big foot tracker, appears there are sightings everywhere!! Rather a strange chap. Our ride was fast down the hill looking at the scenery change as the temperature rose, which was lovely. As we were due to meet Frankle in Cheyenne we tore along the highway to our meeting point, macdonalds always good for an Oreo Frappacino!! ...
... over the sky as if I was looking at a watercolor painting. The darker clouds prevailed as we sped towards the Wyoming state line, and suddenly I realized how tired I was. We pulled up to our hotel in Lusk, Wyoming after hours of driving through farmland, traintracks, and towns with populations of 4. After having to convince myself I was not actually on an episode of Supernatual, I came to the realization that this cute wagon wheel decorated town is actually what small town USA is ...
... realized she can lay her head on my father's back and, thereby, decrease some of the strain on her neck. I'm growing concerned about what this is doing to her.
On our way here we also drove through Lost Springs, WY - Population 4 (yes, ...
... able to get a great picture of the Sports Authority Field. We finally arrived in beautiful Colorado Springs at 11:30 am. We're staying 3 nights at the Goldfield RV Park off Hwy 24 W on 26th Street. Cost: $112.00 for 3 nights with Good Sam's. Passport America cannot be used until after Labor Day. It's a small park but we were able to get a drive through site - other parks were full. After lunch we decided ...
... saw an elk off the side of the road.
After we left the Grand Tetons, heading east across Wyoming, we came around a bend and saw about 4 cars stopped along the road. As we approached, we saw a grizzly bear by the side of the road.....awesome. We sat there and watched him for about 5 minutes before he wandered back into the bushes.
We had lunch in Casper, ...