It was hard saying goodbye to our girl as we started the second part of our trip. I'm so glad that we got to spend time with her and to help settle her and Shannon into their new apartment. We got to meet some of her friends and their families, which helps when she is so far away from home.
St. Louis was our first stop, we stayed at a RV park attached to a Casino and looking straight across the river to the Big Arch. I had a flutter on the pokies, spent a massive $7 and came home with 28 cents.
Russell, Kansas was our next stop, a lovely little park with Reindeer. We had a great night in the local Pizza and Pub. Kansas is pretty flat and not much of anything.
Next was a complete change of scenery, The Rocky Mountains. I enjoy the mountains much more, the scenery is always changing. We had a bit of a hold up as there was a big bike race on and the Highway was closed. We turned around and went back to beautiful RV park in Breckenridge, called the Tiger Run Resort. Would love to come back and spend a few nights here. Driving through the snow resorts we decided if we come back in Winter Copper Mountain would be the place to stay. I will have to improve my golf game before they would let me play on any of 16 magnificent golf courses in the area.
Utah is the most amazing landscape. I have also had a thing about rock formations and this was heaven for me. The formations are just stunning and they can differ from one side of the road to the other. We didn't get to go to Monument Valley, but will one day.
Today we are off to Las Vegas for a couple of nights, and some retail therapy for me.