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Left Rawlins and passed over the Union Pacific rail road before embarking on the usual daily climb that seems to be becoming a regular occurence.
Wide open expanses were the order of the day until later on.
The scenery was very much the same, but when we passed into Colorado there was a distinct change. There were trees again and it was greener.
The camp for the night was an old farm. We were allowed to use the garden to camp and could use the bathrooms in the main house and cabins. Felt weird being in the house as it was empty aside from beds and the water ran brown when you first ran the tap. Felt creepy.
It was a clear night and it soon got cold in the tent. It’s a struggle to keep the down bag dry as I get so much condensation in my small tent.