Fairfield Inn & Suites 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 ...
... bike shop and unloaded then went to the nearest motel.
sorted ken out for his trouble and checked in.
dam strange place this town. we went to "wingers" a nearby dinner. asked for a couple of beers, waitress could not serve them as she was under 21, then Justin Beber came over and took the beer order, then the manager came over and explained we could not have beer till we had ordered ...
... these poor cows eat??!
1:45 PM - arrive at Capitol Reef National Park. Route 24 runs right through the park. Green grass & trees border the Fremont River. Stopped at Indian etching on cliffside. Saw mule deer close up & many orchards that grow within the park. Each orchard bears the name of a Morman settler. Took the 10 mile scenic drive & then went 10 minutes' drive further on narrow, twisty dirt road to its end: Capitol Gorge ...
... to an interstate road but when we got there short of cutting a fence down we could not get on. Bill had a another fit and after saying "I can't do this, I can't do this. There is 29 miles of this **** before we can bail out" he rode off at big speed that worried me. Fortunately 1.2 miles later was the junction, not 29.
I don't care who says it but I dare anyone to say this bit was easy.
Black Dragon Canyon and ...
... are. The majority of recreational parking areas have trailhead maps that you can use to hike which is a really useful feature and has led us to many an unplanned walk. A quick look at the trail map told us that we weren't going to be doing a hike here; the shortest was 8 miles, the longest was 23 and they all have elevations that we didn't really want to think about. Despite being near the bottom of this particular range, we were ...