Days Inn Torrey Capital Reef
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... neat area tomorrow, he says. It started raining on us so we exchanged good lucks and have funs. I was supposed to stay at a campsite on the mountain. When I found the spring, I was so excited to be recharged, that I biked another 16 miles. It started raining too hard to get through, and I got trapped under an awning of a restaurant. I intended on biking to a natural arch that was only a couple miles away, but that will have to wait till ...
... his first and last teaching job. He thinks he found it.
Stopped in Green River to pick up lunch for a picnic, that is, if we found a place for a picnic - which we did at the visitor Center at Capital Reef. A long time to wait for lunch. On the way we stopped in Goblin Valley that has very weird rock formations - we were a little disappointed that it had become so busy - and not ...
... I really didn't want us to miss out on eating there again. After that we decided on an afternoon in Capitol Reef National Park. Scenic Byway 12 cuts across the top of this NP, but we had never been in before. Once past the golden trees that line the river and the remains of the Mormon settlement, there is a self-sign in entrance where you write out your details and pay into an honesty box. The road winds through typical red rock Utah landscape ...
... with Mr Cowboy, simmer down. I'll put you out of your misery. :-D He was a perfect gentleman. A rare and dying breed the likes of which I have not been around in many years, if ever. He was beyond offended when I offered to pay for even coffee. He was utterly respectful and I didn't indulge in any behaviour that would horrify my mother.
He did say "Yes ma'am" a whole hell of a lot. That was pretty cool.
There. Y'all happy now? :-D
... National Park so we visited the Wayne County Information Office for advice, and decided to spend the day driving the Fishlake Loop instead, thinking we might walk later if it warmed up a bit. We passed fields on our way, and to show how cold it was, the irrigators and fields were covered in ice. We found out later that the farmers deliberately irrigate when there ...
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