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Aug 23, 2017 - Glenrock WY

Wed, 23 Aug: Continuing west, but not too far... Time to move on. Our courtesy camping permit has expired so we needed to decide if it was time to move on or to pay to extend our stay. We still had plenty of essentials, e.g. water, food, etc. After discussing the situation we decided to head a short distance west where a Passport America 50% discount park had room for us. Turns out that the PA rate for a full hookup 50 amp site was only a few dollars more than the non-resident boondocking rate at the State Park. Time for some creature...

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Jul 4, 2016 - Happy 4th of July!

Woohoo - happy 4th to all our friends and family. Had a lazy morning, just drinking coffee and relaxing. Then, packed up all the laundry and went to "town" to the laundromat - thank goodness IT was open on the 4th! There is only one place in this town to do laundry - didn't want to drive back to Casper! Dan dropped me off & went fishing! I had fun visiting with all the locals, asking about fireworks and fishing spots - got everything done so ready to head back to the wilderness. Dan came back & got me - he had found a nice spot but so far...

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Jul 3, 2016 - Glenrock, WY

Sunday, July 3 – traveling day today – back to civilization after 4 nights in the wilderness – OK – it was a lovely state park right on the Wind River, but we were without electricity & water – actually, we don’t even miss it! I miss the news & weather, but nothing else! We took showers at the hot springs but are ready for our own private showers! We had a nice spot with shade trees, our awning is broken so we like shade trees, but even though it is in the 90s, since there is little humidity, it isn’t too bad without a/c. We are heading for...

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Jun 3, 2009 - Another day in Wyoming

Today we were shooting to get to Rawlins, Wyoming becaue my mom had heard of a free park you could camp at. It was a long, and rather boring car ride down the interstate. The most interesting thing to drive by us were two diesels who were pulling loads of bees You could see the beehives through a mesh net they had over their trailers, and could even see loads of bees flying about inside. I had always wondered how you transported bees. Besides the trucks we did get to see a mostly exploded deer carcass in the middle of the road. We were able...

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