Comfort Inn Richfield
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- Leaving Fremont is very sad! I learned a lot and made new friends
- I drove for three hours and 129 miles and stopped at 10:00 am at, Arco in Richfield to get gas and spent $29.52
- I had to restock on food, I bought seven ...
... again a wet one. We covered some more great back roads, mountain passes, morning tea in a pretty little country town talking to the local gents over their morning coffee. One old guy had a cup called a bladder buster, 64 ounces of coffee, thought we could buy one for our mate Mr Carmody but didn't find one.
We decided to make up some time and rode further than Salt Lake City to find ourselves in Richfield Utah. A tidy little town. Had dinner at a local steakhouse ...
... 2 miles (round trip) - sandy, gravely trail through wide canyon with Indian petroglyphs & "Pioneer Register": Morman settlers' names etched high up on cliffside in 1911.
Stopped in Fruita area of park & walked around - took pictures of famous Moulton Barn. Visited Gifford House & bought a little cherry pie. A BAKERY right in a national park... NICE!
4:50 PM - pull into Best Western near Torrey. Nice, spacious room ...
... Family grooming day. Dex, Maggie & I all got haircuts. In the afternoon, looking much more civilized, we started crossing off items on our shopping list at Walmart, did a geocache and then had a dinner out of "steak ends" recommended to us by the locals.
Spetember 4th _ – After getting all our ...
... to take it all in. We had our lunch before taking our first group shots – getting 36 people to stay in one place was tricky but eventually we managed and Ivo set up his tripod. We took the standard smiling shot then Annabelle proposed jumping up in the air just as the image would be captured. This could have ended in disaster as we were on the cliff edge but (un) fortunately no-one fell off. The next plan was for everyone to ...