Pine Shadows Cabins
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... a rather basic motel room with a view of a parking lot ! I had requested a luxury room but I was hard pushed to find anything luxurious about it apart from the fact it had a fridge so at least we could chill our left over Durango beer . We had booked dinner for 7.30 in the only restaurant in town which was next to the lodge- glad it wasn't very far as its absoluty freezing up here . ...
... fruit orchards along the Fremont river. back in the day, about 8-10 Mormon families lived in this town. We visited Gifford House, the blacksmith shop, and the picnic area where the mail tree was located. We saw some buck mile deer amongst the fruit trees. This area around the Fremont River is green and lush for the area. October 3, 2014 We rested well again waking ready for another adventure back ...
... hard liquor" on the go at any one point in time. Wow… Once we overcame Jen’s obvious drinking problem, things went smoothly.
The Hotel was quite a surprise package, especially given the remote location; a good restaurant, breakfast included in price (very rare), good size room, indoor pool, gift shop, on site bakery and can arrange packed lunches. Very friendly staff and we recommend staying here.
Cheers, the Berrys
... inside. The girl at the desk told me the nearest camp was 12 miles back from where I just left this morning. I was now biking in the pouring rain. I talked to a couple lodges and motels that were listed as "campgrounds" on the state park info board. No one was helpful. I decided to start biking out of town toward Boulder Mountain. I saw the Dixie National Forest sign and knew it was free to camp there. As soon as I started looking, I found an awesome ...
... a kickstand attached to my bike. Generally I did not like lying my bike down on the ground. That was the bike Diva in me.J)
The wind died down as abruptly as it had started and we were able to watch the 4th July town parade. We got candy thrown at us. My lucky day!
Even though it was a tough riding day, it was nothing near as hard as day one. The following day would be our last riding day. Having to unpack and repack everyday had become a little ...