Pressing Play: A Look Inside My Play Journal (Casper, Wyoming)

Pressing Play: A Look Inside My Play Journal (Casper, Wyoming)

Notes from a Play Journal. Wyoming is so cool. Casper, Wyoming is one of our new favorite surprise random destinations. The trip begins with bicycle rentals from Mountain Sports. You can ride from the shop to the North Casper Sports Complex, where you can access the paved Platte River Trail for ten miles of pure biking pleasure.

Platte River Trail - biking Casper.JPG

The Tate Pumphouse is a great place to stop for a bathroom break.

I love the sign on the side of the Black Hills Bentonite Company. Wyoming really is one of the last great places.

Black Hills Bentonite - Casper Plant.JPG

4.5 mile Bridle Trail at Casper Mountain is a must-do and was not crowded on a Sunday morning in July.

Rarely do we dine at the same place twice while traveling, but exceptions were made for dinner at The Hangar in Bar Nunn and for multi-grain pancakes at Eggingtons in downtown Casper. I loved the Hangar as much for its history as the old 1927 Natrona County Airport as I did for its food!

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Notes From a Reading Journal: The Turn of the Key, by Ruth Ware

Notes From a Reading Journal: The Turn of the Key, by Ruth Ware

Notes From a Reading Journal: The Whisper Man, by Alex North

Notes From a Reading Journal: The Whisper Man, by Alex North