We decided we better get on our horses and take advantage of the KGO arena…needed to get them exercised before reaching Wyoming! Fortunately, the storms had passed the night before and weather looked fine for traveling. We said our goodbyes to our wonderful hosts and set off for Douglas, Wyoming–a relatively short 190 miles away. Just one state between us and Montana, couldn’t quite believe it, so much had transpired, so many miles, so many lessons learned, but these two states are so big, what was in store for us ahead?
We arrived around 6 p.m. as we got a late start from KGO, not being in that much of a hurry. The Douglas KOA facility just off I-25, east of Casper was amazing! The RV park was clean and offered horse corrals right next to our hook-up site, free WIFI, clean restrooms and a much needed laundry room. We were invited to grab a BBQ sandwich and then visited with our neighbors who were headed to Cody, Wyoming. The horses seemed to be fine, glad to finally be out of the brutal heat.
Wide open spaces of Wyoming….were were getting closer.
Our hook-up spot at the Douglas KOA, was perfect.
Why can’t I be in the shade? Not fair.