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Excellent room and friendly service. I recommend highly.
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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 direct route home now. I …
We had to change campgrounds on the fly -- I found out that the one we had originally planned to go to had no electricity, and since the temperatures were predicted to be in the 90's, we decided we wanted to be able to use our air conditioner. Are we soft or what??? Apparently in the Utah state parks, a "standard" site has no electricity or water -- in other states a "standard" site has both. Oh ...
Yesterday, Mike and I visited some of the small towns and unincorporated areas around Fillmore and Millard County. We usually take a drive in the late afternoon just to explore and see the countryside. We started out from Fillmore, and traveled through some barren, desert-like land, down unpaved roads. All around us was the Pahvant Mountain Range and west of Fillmore is the Pahvant ...
... Sandwhiches. Most of the towns we go by are the typical postcard from a western. Yesterday, in one of these towns, Boulder, we found a fabulous restaurant, Hell’s Backbone Grill. Really great atmosphere , good live music from a local guitar player with a deep voice just like Johnny Cash, excellent organic food. We parked the motorhome in front, changed clothes and enjoyed a great evening!
... gave way and chunks of rock tumbled out. Many damaged fins collapsed. Others, with the right degree of hardness and balance, survived despite their missing sections. These became the famous arches.
Ute Petroglyphs in Arches National Park
Humans have occupied the region since the last ice age 10,000 years ago. Fremont people and Ancient Pueblo People lived in the area up until about 700 years ago. Spanish missionaries encountered Ute and Paiute tribes in the ...