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TravelPod Member ReviewsAppletree Inn Richfield
For the price we were given for ten days, the room is fantastic! Very friendly staff and nice quiet guests.
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I started out this morning about 830 from Montrose Colorado. I made stops in two national parks today, Arches and Canyonlands. They were amazingly beautiful in two different ways. I will send pictures from my iPhone. Since I was dawdling along today I'll have to have two stronger driving days ahead. I'll be taking a more ...
A slight change plan after leaving Alpine. From Yellowstone National Park our trusty GPS system who we've nicknamed Annie Oakley but Ange changed it to Calamity Jane after some incorrect routes, took us on a 200 mile detour into Idaho when we should have been on the western side of the Grand Tetons but ended up on the eastern side in Idaho between the potato farms, but as out trip has turned out and Snap's well worn saying of 'A meant to be here moment' we got to see the ...
343 miles. Decided to leave a little early. Wanted to do some higher altitude camping to start breaking myself in for the cold. Left Pahrump at 2:30 PST, made it to Richfield, UT at around 8:30 Central. I love driving through Utah, such a Majestic State. Went through a little rain, and had to roll the windows down to smell that fresh, clean air... It's late, I'm wrecked, have to get up early to drive up the mountain to Fish Lake. Day One ...
... were in luck as we curved around a bend at the foot of yet another mountain, there was a recreation area pull-in. When we first arrived, there were a couple and a dog by the small lake; fishing and picnicking but within 10 minutes they packed up and left us in solitary splendour. There were a couple of picnic tables under the shade of the some trees and the familiar trail maps marking where we were and where the trails went and how ...
So today was quite a lazy day. We had to do the first bus toss – this involved taking absolutely everything off of the bus and giving it a good clean. If you can imagine a bus that has had 36 wet/smelly/messy people on it for 10 days .. it's not a pretty image. The clean up was very necessary and we all started with much enthusiasm and motivation. That was until the temperature sky rocketed and we literally began to melt (at this ...