Torrey Schoolhouse B&B Inn
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... could just squeeze us in. Then we began our four hour drive due south to Torrey.
The roads were jam packed for 40km out of Salt Lake City and then seemed to ease off. The photos tell the story of the girls' trip – zonked. We navigated our way down some big Inter-State Highways and also some smaller back roads; our first real taste of the States outside of National Parks and big cities. Heaps of agriculture, mainly beef, ...
... they're dehydrated, come to find out! I started rationing my water to only a few sips an hour. I never want to get to that point again on this trip. It was horrible. I found a trickle on the side of the road and wetted down my shirt and hair. It help so much! I was a couple miles to the summit and a man pulled over and offered help. Luckily, he had a fresh water jug and filled one of my bottles. He was the first hero of the day. Second ...
... We can't find a single parking space at the visitors center, and the main road through the park, UT-9, is wall-to-wall cars. Traffic, when it does move, plods along at about 10 MPH. The crowding is unfortunate, but hey, it's Memorial Day weekend. I should have seen that one coming. Still, the hordes of tourists do little to diminish the overwhelming beauty of Zion National Park. Click here to learn more about Zion National Park. We leave ...
... rivers, camping, hunting and cooking tips, etc, etc, there was an extensive chapter on dealing with the Indians, especially fighting them. Much has changed for guidebook writers these days!
The Grifford Farmhouse is today the heart of the old settlement of Fruita which was once a small vibrant Mormon community, and an oasis of green amongst the red raw rock. The farmland along the Fremont River, whose waters have long been harnessed by ...
... experience both for the driver high up in his cab and for any other road users! Unfortunately he had only stopped for a brief break and was gone before I could get a photo.
We arrived in Torrey at the bottom of this scenic drive (which it really is) much earlier than planned as we hadn't had our walk. We booked into Austin's ChuckWagon Lodge again and then I made G go to Cafe Diablo and book a table for the evening. I knew it was ...