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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Richfield
Excellent room and service....fresh baked cookies, water and hard candies when you first arrive and the staff is more than helpful. Would definitely stay again!!!
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... nature of the top of a mesa. Soil actually grows from a micro-biotic breakdown of plant life. It is very fragile. The greenery we see consists mainly of Pinyon trees and Junnipers. These trees can live 350-700 years! Both trees give fruit that was essential to the Indian peoples – the Pinyon produces a nut that is very high protein and the juniper produces berries as ...
Today we arrived at the KOA in Richfield, UT. The drive was an easy one especially after the winds died down.
After we checked in, we drove the coach around to our site, but along the way a boulder jumped up in front of us and ripped a hole in the front corner of the coach. Our focus was on the camp worker directing us to the site, where the site ...
steve - we visited the bike shop early and eventually discussed the problems with my bike. it appears the clutch is indeed completely fried and also the water pump seals.
estimated costs $600 owch!!
so we spent the rest of the day washing clothes, ironing, chilling out and sleeping.
After yesterday's excitement we ordered new tyres and waited in town.
i tried to find something interesting to tell you about Richfield.
Still at least that neatly dispensed with the afternoon.
After last nights Chinese it was good we were off the bikes and always within running distance of the toilet.
We each had different meals with exactly the same results. I think that is ...
... 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 ...