Currently blog posts are running about 4 weeks behind because of poor (or no) internet and/or cell connections. This post is published out-of-order because of the adverse winter weather we are experiencing. We are now just north of Casper, Wyoming, sitting out an unseasonably early snow storm.
After leaving Grand Teton National Park, our original plans were to spend last night at a public campground without hookups and travel into Nebraska today. After Karen checked the forecast, we decided to drive further yesterday and camp in an RV park with hookups. The original forecast had called for snow last night through tomorrow morning. It held off so we might have been okay with our original plans, but we had electric heat last night, as we will tonight, without using our propane. It’s supposed to warm up tomorrow, getting into the 70s on the weekend when we’ll be over in a national forest in Nebraska.
We’re not planning to get an early start tomorrow. With the car and camper windows covered with wet snow and the temperature dropping to 27°F or lower, it may take a bit of effort to get cleared off.