Riverside Resort & RV Campground
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... arch. We reached this in good time and stopping for some water, embarked out onto the arch roof. It was a spectacular view, with a 1000ft drop off to one side. I had Shona wait on the arch while I scampered back round to set up a photo of her astride the bridge. Having snapped the shot, Shona crossed the arch to make her way back round, but promptly disappeared from sight. After a few moments, I got worried and yelled for her, hearing a faint reply. I ran ...
... carried the dog out into the lake to see if he could swim. Immediately he began paddling and was able to keep his head above water but was much happier sitting on the shore in the warm sun.
Matthew, 14, is into hand controlled rugged trucks. He had fun driving the vehicle over all of the rocks and logs. It is amazing how powerful his truck was.
I think they had a great time and will hopefully want to spend more vacations with me.
... Victor and I have become quite comfortable pulling the trailer. Straight, s-curved, two-lane, four-lane, uphill and downhill roads have all been attempted and negotiated successfully. We are much better on the downhills thanks to Rich's guidance on down shifting. I thought we were finished with the mountains as we headed into southern Utah but I was way off. At the start of today's drive, we climbed and descended the Wasatch Mountains heading from Heber City ...
It wasn't long before we arrived at Bryce Old Town which is located just outside the park’s main entrance and stopped here for some refreshments (well, egg mayo wraps made on the go) and a stroll around the 1880’s cowboy town.
'Town' is probably a slight exaggeration for the row of 7 wooden cladded shops and a historic hotel called Ruby’s Inn but it was bursting ...
... Pony Express riders on their way to and from the west coast. Over time the route was turned into a roadway resulting in the Jacob Lake Trading Post. Once the road was paved tourists flocked to the area and the restaurant and inn were built to accommodate them.
After breakfast we packed up and headed out. The forecast was ...