Best Western Paradise Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Dillon
... very nice couple we met yesterday evening just as they pulled out of camp heading on their way to Yellowstone National Park. We had given some to a few children when we were in Monument Valley also. Thanks Ann for the idea!
Pulling out of camp at 9:00 with a temperature of 75, we headed north on I-15. There was a fair amount of smog in the valley which we hated to see because we did have a beautiful morning and this made the sky not so pretty. Shortly after we were on the road ...
... delicious coffee. At 8:15 we were on the road and heading south in a convoy. Dan had brought three walkie talkies so we were all able to communicate. It reminded us of our high school days when CB radios and Smokey and the Bandit were all the rage! It was a long day of driving with several pee breaks and one lunch stop and we arrived at Jordanelle State Park at about 5:00 pm. Our campsite ...
... of town.
It's a nice scenic park.
While exploring we found this cute headstone:
The tombstone says: Here lies Les Mor
Shot 4 times with a colt 44
They also have cabins ...
... sautéed apples for dessert. She and her husband and Bob and I sat around after dinner and chatted until about 9:30 when all of us 50-somethings took ourselves to bed! No late nights of drinking and carousing for us anymore, huh, Jen?
This morning, more talk, yummy espresso, and a quick trip to their barn down the road. They have a lovely 14-acres with a barn, four horses, and a handful of cows. (Ebony wanted to play with those big "dogs" but the horses weren't too keen on ...
... and the skills decrease! Driving back to the ranch under fabulous starry skies all competitive edge is forgotten and wonder fills your mind along with a desire to take in all the stunning views and experiences this huge, challenging, raw country has to offer.
So like the old school cowboys who will always have their felt hat on their head and this country in their blood, I leave, taking some of this huge place with me, hopefully never to lose it's vast impact.