Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vernal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Vernal
... though it is desert it was really pretty. When we arrived at the campground we pulled into our space...set up and had Avocado Bacon Cheese Burgers on the plate 30 minutes later. Scott decided to empty our holding tanks while Sydney and I took advantage of the beautiful shower facilities at the Springville/Provo KOA. When we got back he was still messing with the Black (sewer) Tank. Apparently ...
... parks. The climb up to the petroglyphs was an unpaved narrow steep incline over large rocks and loose gravel; although the climb was strenuous it was worth the effort. Up on the mountain side the rock art was spread out along the cliff face, and at times the pictures were hard to find as they had faded over time. This was one of those unplanned, but fantastic side trips that have made this whole trip so interesting.
... rodent pet were walking the road around the parking area far away from Beckett and she took issue that Cathy had no rope style leash on Beckett. Even after Cathy explained that we used the electronic collar the old bag ran to the office and complained. The care taker then had to come to us and ask if we would use a rope style leash. Rope leash it is.
Today we left Jackson Hole with a goal to ...
... journey ahead of us.
Immediately after lunch we enter the beautiful Split Mountain Canyon. The rock layers visible where the river cut into the mountain, and the general upheaval surrounding the entrance are amazing. I am certain that I am using too many words like beautiful, amazing, stunning, and so forth, but I simply cannot come up with enough different words to praise the scenery.
The trip through Split Mountain Canyon to ...
... the end of the story - in the morning Glenn was resigned to losing his rope, but Jill and Greg kept working at it. We were starting to think that it would be a game for future campers at Jones Hole 3 for years, but to great cheering, they finally freed it from the tree.
One extra note - Tevas are the traditional river footwear, especially for women. I have included a photo of the Tevas, and what our feet look like after spending much time on the river!