As for our journey: After our first night at the Rocks Springs KOA, we drove to Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, where we stayed a couple of years ago. The military RV camp there is treesy and charming, if a little messy. The base itself is pretty, with huge red-brick-Civil-War-era-looking buildings. As we're on a roll to get east, we stayed in Cheyenne just one night.
Our third night we stopped at a private and also tree-filled campground with very level sites just off I-80 in North Platte, Nebraska. We didn't even unhook our tow car, so I can't tell you much about North Platte, except the nearby Platte River is encroaching on homes and a golf course.
After a night in North Platte, we headed east again to Lincoln, NE, where my brother Don and his wife, Trudy, have lived for many years. We had a nice evening at Don and Trudy's home last night and will see them again tonight.
|Driving in and out of a rainstorm near Cheyenne, Wyoming.|
|The road that leads to the Warren Air Force Base RV Camp in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Apparently it's been raining a lot. A well-marked detour got us to the camp.|