Hampton Inn Tremonton
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We decided to take a day and spend it driving along the old roadbed west of the park. We actually traveled almost 100 miles west into NV and had lunch late in the afternoon….
One of the long time residents, Mike and his wife Margaret offered last spring to run us out west along his favorite route… We were happy to take him up on the offer and we headed out at 7:30 in the morning and headed out of the park along the road ...
Over the past few days, we've been cleaning the Locomotive Barn and preparing for winter. Part of the tasks have included washing and using a floor scrubber to clean the floor… In the process we’ve opened the valve on the boilers and have drained them down… here several days after we’ve emptied the fire boxes we still have heated water in the boiler… just 12 – ...
Over the past couple of blogs we've talked about the locomotives. Golden Spike is really in the middle of no where… the rails were removed for the war effort (WWII) but the road bed still extends almost 100 miles west and 30 miles east… when steam power went out… and the move to diesel, a shorter route around the Great Salt Lake was put into service, thus the line was abandoned… You can ...
Sunday morning found us running the heater and when we turned on the water we noticed it was a small trickle of a stream… looking at the outside thermometer we found that it had gotten to 24* last night, at least 8-10* colder than predicted by the news channel…. So tonight we're going to let the water run in the RV so that the line outside from the frost free hydrant to the coach stays open for sure… Weather this morning is a warming ...
We rolled into Golden Spike early Saturday afternoon and started to say hi to old friends, met some new ones… got our RV into our space and set up…. Ready for the evening… Rowdy even sniffed out and alerted on two bunny rabbits and several Hungarian Partridges . . .
Because of the length and detail that I wish to go into, the ...