Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Through Wyoming and Utah

Tuesday - There was a nice, colorful sunset last night from the RV park. It did drop into the high 30s last night and was 48°F by the time I was ready to leave at ~8am. Initially, there was a strong headwind. Somewhere around 35mph but shortly after passing the Continental Divide, the winds dropped considerably. 

It was a pleasant drive through the rest of Wyoming. I especially enjoyed from Patrick Draw to the Wyoming border as I had spent a lot of time around here in the mid to late 70s. It was one of the field sites when I was working. The towns don’t look the same but the rocks and landscape do. 

East of Salt Lake City, I started to head northwest towards Idaho. And stopped just short of the ID border at a campground I had used before. Nice, quiet and one of the few places along this stretch. Almost 1600 miles so far on this trip. 

Lunch today was a poké bowl I had picked up at H-E-B. It was delicious and a nice change from my usual on-the-road meals. 

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