Americas Best Value Inn Roosevelt/Ballard
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Travel Blogs from Roosevelt
Oh my gosh, we were on the road at 6:30 this morning! The plan was to beat the heat and have a little free time in Vernal, our desination. It worked! We drove across more Nevada desert, over mountains, and across the salt flats. We drove through Salt Lake City while everyone was still in church (or still sleeping). As we drove past the Great Salt Lake we just had to stop ...
... the summit I got back on my bike thinking is was going to be a long, long downhill and that was disappointing only about 8 miles with a little tail wind. We had decided to ride as far as we could today and get to Fruitland. We rode about 55 miles, got in the Van to go to Fruitland where there was suppose to be this beautiful Camelot Resort we never saw Fruitland and went down the road about 4 miles to find the Resort and the pavement ended so we turned around so ended up in Duchesne ...
... at the Monument where actual dinosaur bones are seen in the rocks. However unfortunately the quarry was under construction, so instead we took a 'auto tour of Cub Creek Road.' The drive basically told us to stop at various 'points of interest' along the way...views of Green River and Split Mountain, we walked up rocks to see pictographs (paintings) and petroglyps (scratched or carved designs) and we drove along rather ...
... have a limit on the amount of red rocks they can see and then they go blind or something. I loved looking at all of them and would love to see more - some day.
John had a reservation at 1000 Lakes RV Park that was a whole 10 minutes from Capital Reef. It is in the town of Torrey. It was in the 40's when we arrived at about 10:30 AM, and I didn't want to spend the day sitting inside the RV, so we canceled our reservation and decided to drive ...
... eastern Colorado but still much more beautiful. It was all rolling hills and scrub brush. There were a couple tiny towns and then a 57-mile stretch with no gas. I was running low, but knew I would be fine. At 10:30, I passed the entrance to Dinosaur National Monument less than two miles before my intended gas station in Dinosaur. I thought about just stopping there first but I didn't slow down in time. This important because less than a minute later, I knew I should have.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking