Bullion Creekside Retreat
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- Microwave in room
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and Canada as well. They gave us great tips on where to go from here, to avoid the wild fires in California.
Our campground is emptying. We had a lazy day yesterday and plan to do the same today. We will head out tomorrow, towards Bryce Canyon. Apparently, it is very busy – lots of tour buses (which we haven’t seen much of!) Not sure when I will be able to update the blog ...
Today we arrived at the KOA in Richfield, UT. The drive was an easy one especially after the winds died down.
After we checked in, we drove the coach around to our site, but along the way a boulder jumped up in front of us and ripped a hole in the front corner of the coach. Our focus was on the camp worker directing us to the site, where the site ...
What a change of scenery! Mountains, stretches of forests, crispy temperatures in the morning... Three days ago we stayed at Jackson, obviously a ski resort. Must be awesome during winter as well. I was in my element, for sure. We went hiking in the Grand Teton National Park, usually considered as Yellowstone's little brother. Definitely not a little park though. Then we moved on to West Yellowstone. I'm writing this message in front of a burning fireplace in a cabin ...
Sing, O you choir, of the morning light/
Shining on the path, we ride 'til fail/
O'er the mountain, the fields of rock and green/
Awaits a harbor, camp Marysvale/
Rush from the sickness of a Dionysian city/
Uprooted from dredge, to replant again/
To turn in earth, showing new yield/
Blossoming under a new sun’s grin/
Feel to thy soul, thou heavens on high/
Then sleep under covers of the Moon/
Wake! to saddle new ...
We had to change campgrounds on the fly -- I found out that the one we had originally planned to go to had no electricity, and since the temperatures were predicted to be in the 90's, we decided we wanted to be able to use our air conditioner. Are we soft or what??? Apparently in the Utah state parks, a "standard" site has no electricity or water -- in other states a "standard" site has both. Oh ...
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