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The two RV Gypsies
at Rawlins KOA
in Rawlins, Wyoming
August 13, 2013

USA map showing location of Wyomingmap of Wyoming showing location of Rawlins

The two RV Gypsies stayed at Rawlins KOA at 205 E. Highway 71 in Rawlins, Wyoming for a one-night stopover. This was their second visit to this park, each time was a one-night stopover. Trains went by and blew their horns at all hours, but they weren't as loud as at other campgrounds. TV came in decently here, and so did the internet. Rules seemed like the standard KOA campground rules. There was lots of road noise at night. Check in time was 1 P.M. and check out time was 11 A.M. Sites had a patio, picnic table and a brief wooden fence. The wooden fence might be to block the view from the apartments that are next door. Maybe the apartment residents do not want to watch people eating at their picnic table, which the two RV Gypsies seldom do anyway.

The RV of the two RV Gypsies at Rawlins KOA
the apartments as seen from the yard of the two RV Gypsies

Outside of the office, a fence was lined with boots that were filled with flowers.

a fence is lined with boots filled with flowers

More stuff outside the KOA office.

stuff outside the KOA office

The two RV Gypsies made a full day sight-seeing in this area: Devils Gate, Independence Rock, and Martin's Cove - see the menu below for navigational links.

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