Thousand Lakes RV Park & Campground
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Nous avions peu de route à faire ce matin pour nous rendre à Torrey. En chemin, nous sommes passé par Goblin Valley State Park. Bien que ce soit une attraction populaire de l'Utah, nous avons trouvé que l'endroit était peu achalandé. Les goblins, ce genre de petits Hoodoos se comptent par millier ici. Ils donnent unu allure surréelle au parc, …
... elevation through hillsides filled with Ponderosa Pine, green meadows and stands of Aspen. Of course, what goes up must come down, and we descended into the most fabulous canyon views. I can’t describe it – see photos! Lots of free range cattle all through the area crossing the road periodically, which didn’t worry me as I am now used to that. Relaxing now with a beer before going out to have a bite at the Capitol Reef Cafe. ...
... Back near the vistor centre we headed east and stopped at the old Fruita School house, which is a beauty. There's quite a few flat areas along the river all of which are cultivated and fed by small channels of fast flowing water, while nearby is another Petroglyphs site which turned out to be much better than those we had seen in the Capitol Canyon.
There's a lot more to see and do at this park but we needed to head west so that was all we had time for. ...
... into the valley so we parked on the opposite side. The conversation between the people already there was fascinating. There was a couple of older men in a pickup truck and a young couple in a rental. The older men were pointing out features in the valley and talking about life when they were younger and we assumed that this was relatives on a visit; particularly as the younger couple responded with some family tales of their own. It wasn't until they ...
... with Mr Cowboy, simmer down. I'll put you out of your misery. :-D He was a perfect gentleman. A rare and dying breed the likes of which I have not been around in many years, if ever. He was beyond offended when I offered to pay for even coffee. He was utterly respectful and I didn't indulge in any behaviour that would horrify my mother.
He did say "Yes ma'am" a whole hell of a lot. That was pretty cool.
There. Y'all happy now? :-D