South-Forty RV Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... We could see the trickle that is still here at this time of year at one of the bridges. (In case you were wondering about natural bridges versus natural arches – there is another Park that features the latter – natural arches are made from soil and wind erosion, not water erosion.) Here are pictures of the 3 bridges.
Another thing we learned at this Park ...
... up some Q for a late lunch/early dinner. We decided to order their two meat and three sides family meal for take-out. We did not realize how much food we ordered until they started packing it up. We ended up eating four meals from all the food we had. Even though Dickey’s BBQ is a nationwide chain, they smoke some great Q and their sides are very ...
... use it to prevent yourself from any encounter. Rather, you have to wait for them to get close enough and spray it. Hmmm. Now if I were a bear and you used some spray on me, that would upset me. Bears have amazing scent. So even if I momentarily wouldn't be able to see, I would make sure to get your scent. I would sniff as if I was a broken-down man on Hollywood boulevard and you were my cocaine. I would hunt you down and probably pee on your face. I would not eat ...
... clouds shadowed the mountains in the distance. Some of those mounts appeared like napkins lifted from their centers to form spires, with magnificent folds running down their sides; something you’d find in a ritzy restaurant. Just south of Provo came orchard after orchard of peaches, riding the backs of undulating hills towards their owner’s homes or businesses. The city of Salt Lake was similar to a vampire or vacuum; the country, as soon as it came into our fields of ...
... three mountain ranges. I'm sorry to say that our little furry kitty, Sassy, had a stroke yesterday and is not doing well at all -- we took her to a vet and he put her on steroids to see if they could possibly help her. He said it's a long shot, but we'll see -- hopefully. Today I drove to see Capitol Reef National Park -- I knew I couldn't get Dan to go since he has cable TV here with 133 ...