Days Inn Torrey Capital Reef
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... landscapes.Then we reached Torrey , Gateway to Capitol Reef NP., and the end of the wonderful Scenic Byway 12.
Peter and The Good Guy have done a great job getting us this far safely.
After such a cold night at Kodachrome, we opted for a little cabin at Wonderland RV Campground- and I mean little! You will love the photo. It was like a bedroom, but had a heater, a view to a field next door, and ...
... in Torrey we enjoyed a swim in the pool and jacuzzi- we know how to choose the right hotel!- before dining in real style at Cafe Diablo which was a recommendation Monica had researched. It really pays to choose the right travelling companion! We chose a selection of appetisers to share. All very original and delicious. We were sat with sight of the setting sun so enjoyed the night sky lit up in its glory.
We both keep pinching ourselves to make sure that this is all happening ...
Today was 14 very steep miles. I was surprised when I saw the town's sign and I let out a big "woooohoooo!!" From my map, it looked like I had another bit of steep climbing. Guess not! I know it looks like I'm not putting very many miles in each day, but today and tomorrow are the steepest sections in Utah, and then it'll be a nice coast into Colorado. Hills and Hollows was the first store as I rolled into Boulder. Will told me about this place. They have ...
- The newest National Park, Pinnacles, is in California, about 80 miles south of San Jose. It was upgraded from National Monument to National Park status in 2013.
... duly impressed with the red rocks and formations (note, I'm writing this, not Al). We saw an amazing natural bridge and made sure there was no chance of flash flooding when we hiked through the canyon (definitely me writing). Torrey is a tiny little place (blink and you'll miss it), but it has a quite a few hotels, motels and B & ...