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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 ...
... sunny & very windy. Drove to end of road: "Valley of the Goblins" - hundreds of stone formations that look like goblins, mushrooms, etc. Walked among them briefly but SO windy... sand blowing into faces & eyes. Ate our picnic lunch IN the car - but, hey, we were looking out at goblins, buttes, blue skies & the Henry Mountains on the horizon.
Early afternoon - on the road toward Hanksville. Very desolate area. More open range - ...
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 ...
... Fillmore (which is impressively scenic and appeared to consist of 7 houses!). As you have probably gathered by now, we prefer quirky, turn of the century hotels and small family run motels but the luxury of a big chain motel was quite pleasant after the previous night although the restaurant was a slightly pedestrian way of celebrating our 15th wedding anniversary. We decided the picnic lunch had been much more our sort of celebration!