Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vernal
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... evening and what a beautiful evening it was. Checking into our campground in the park we drove to the lake. WOW! The water has been determined the cleanest water on the earth. It is so clear, thus it is a blue that is just amazing. It took our breath away when we saw it. It was also the first time we have experienced high altitude. Oh my gosh, we both forgot what walking around at high altitude was like. We intended to go back the next morning and take ...
... and muskrats feasting on it.....We are the only campers. It's eerie.
From here, we ride the old rail bed of the Oregeon, California, and Eastern Rail Line. It is rough and desolate, but we do about 50 miles of it. A "pub" shows up on the GPS in ...
... Our destination for today was the town of “Vernal” UT, and the Fossil Valley R. V. Park. This is a small park but we have long gravel pads, with grass and large trees between the sites, it looks like a nice place for the next several nights. Because we arrived around 2:00 we had time after unhooking the camper to go into town and visit a museum that was recommended to us.
The Utah Humanities ...
... so healthy for this time of the year, I can only imagine that this is someone's full time job to take care of them.
We were hoping that we could spend today and tomorrow in this area and then head to the Rocky Mountain National Park. However, the reports say that the main road through the park is closed to everyone but essential traffic, so I guess we will have to visit this park another time. ...
... had the big, beautiful curled horns, but then the older males do not tend to stay with the females and younger sheep.
Finally, we round the last curve, drag the boats over one last sandbar, and pull up to the boat ramp at Rainbow Park, the end of Island Park and our lunch destination. It is always great to see that boat ramp after a long slog of hard rowing (I say this, but I am not the one who rows!). Rainbow Park is the other place ...