Comfort Inn Richfield
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... 4) They are polite but clear that you are to stay on designated paths and not remove or damage anything in the park – subject to being charged!, and 5) Drink water, drink water, drink water (for both the heat and often, the altitude). The large insulated jug we bought has been our best purchase – we refill it every day, and our insulated Mountain Equipment ...
Today we arrived at the KOA in Richfield, UT. The drive was an easy one especially after the winds died down.
After we checked in, we drove the coach around to our site, but along the way a boulder jumped up in front of us and ripped a hole in the front corner of the coach. Our focus was on the camp worker directing us to the site, where the site ...
... from a side that most would not. The scenery was, again, mindblowing.
We made our way to Alpine, Wyoming and this was the heart of redneck country. Our stay at the Bull Moose Saloon was certainly an eye opener. The female bar manager, was downing shots whilst working behind the bar, it was her birthday apparently! Our server (waitress) had on the smallest denim skirt in history and the boys in the bar......well....they were a colourful bunch.
An early start ...
September 2nd _ On the road mid morning traveling along Hwy. 6 & Hwy 50 to Richfield, UT which provided some amusing roadside sights. Richfield would be our last opportunity stop for provision and services before we get to Lake Powell to meet our friends and board a houseboat for a week.
... leaving Wawoma. Full up and fueled up, we walked to the local store to stock up with goodies for a picnic lunch. The store stocked everything; which actually it would need to given that the next town is Ely 79 miles further east or back to Austin 69 miles west. Back on the road, and the now familiar mix of hairpin bends through the mountains and straight roads through the basins.
Originally we had planned on lunching in ...