From the bloggers at Cheap RV Living.
After our eventful two days of fighting traffic, storms and mud in the Black Hills it was time to do the final leg of our Wyoming adventure. There was one last Scenic Byway I needed to travel and that was the Snowy Range Scenic Byway that’s on the far southern edge of Wyoming very near the Colorado border.
It crosses the Medicine Bow National Forest directly west of Laramie Wyoming. So my next goal was to head south across the state and get to Laramie.
Normally 350 miles would be a pleasant days drive, but because I was starting so late after getting stuck I didn’t want to do it one day. So I looked for a place to camp along the way. The medicine Bow NF was just where I needed it and at high enough elevation for it to be cooler than the surrounding plains in August.
The problem was that I had gotten a late start in the day because of getting stuck, plus, it was hot so I knew I couldn’t make it all the way down to Laramie in the remaining daylight.
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