Woodland Farmhouse Inn

2602 East State Road 35, Kamas, Utah, 84036, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on 2602 East State Road 35, Kamas.
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    Travel Blogs from Kamas

    Park City Mountain Resort

    A travel blog entry by billc507 on Jun 24, 2014

    ... Mom and Dad I have the video! Later we did the Luge and Bobsled a couple of times each. I think they're called different names in the summer. We had a blast today and are tuckered out. Tomorrow we head to Teton Village near Jackson Hole, WY for 3 ...

    Wild Blue Yonder!

    A travel blog entry by jen.greening on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... and I took Duke, Koah, and Blue for a walk along the creek. As we walked, it started to rain, but it was only a sprinkle, so we kept going. The grass was really high, and the youngsters (Blue and Koah) kept pulling on their leashes, so we decided to take a walk to the origin without the dogs later. We crossed the creek utilizing a fallen log. Duke followed me deftly across, but Blue and Koah opted to splash through the stream. They were rambunctious, but what I though was ...

    Snake in the Grass!

    A travel blog entry by jen.greening on Jul 26, 2013

    63 photos

    ... the dining room table talking and laughing about my snake encounter. Steve called his brother to thank him for the keys, and he laughed too, then he said he'd never seen a snake up there. I was lucky enough to be the first! Ha ha! Later, Steve told us about taking the jeep into a river when he was fourteen, and he said that was the longest ride to town, sitting next to his dad, getting chastised for wrecking the jeep.

    After a ...

    Is a antibacterial sterilization using imported ra

    A travel blog entry by lapasub19 on May 29, 2013

    ... not all the people Shimoda, farming, mining all the mountains, so that grain production declined significantly, but also to his family and thrown into the fire in the iron, but iron Make one lump. As the fuel shortage, deforestation had mountains, but also a Castle to a cut too bare, triggering future natural disasters. In fact, these natural disasters are man-made. Rumors Zengcheng Gualv lychee trees in most of this was cut off a robbery. Lack of building materials ...

    From the Valley, Through the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by peppz on Oct 08, 2012

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    ... maybe the nursery would have a vending machine or something where I could purchase a drink. I knocked on the door and some teenagers came out. They said there was no drinks to be purchased but they did give me some bottled water which I quickly drank. I left some dollars and went back on the road.
    I passed some other small towns along the way like Daniel. I knew from the map I was very close to Heber and I couldn't wait. The toll of two whole days of riding after probably ...