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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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Steve - so we survived the night not being eaten. can't say it was the best nights sleep i had.
we broke camp and packed essentials and hid the rest along with my bike. a combination of me walking, pushing mark and his bike and riding pillion we made it out and off the top of the mountain.
down in 12 valleys we asked an old guy where we might get some help and he suggested the forest rangers. ...
... bob trailer. (We should have weighed the trailer when we returned to Colorado.)
Eventually we arrived at the Fish Lake turn-off. It was a pleasant downhill cruise for quite a distance.J By the time we reached Mill Meadow Reservoir, it was not even mid-day yet. We figured we would reach our destination within the hour. "I predict about 45 minutes," Monica confidently announced. I even commented on the fact that we did not have to leave all that early every day if we ...
... 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 ...
Great bike shop today and we have gone to a dual sport rear tyre.
Dom (who did this ride 4 weeks ago) has given us a lot of advice today and started us off with a new route for a few days to get us back in the swing of the TAT. We will be continuing but agreed that turning around on a tough section is now an option rather than continuing until we are destroyed or broken.
... leaving Wawoma. Full up and fueled up, we walked to the local store to stock up with goodies for a picnic lunch. The store stocked everything; which actually it would need to given that the next town is Ely 79 miles further east or back to Austin 69 miles west. Back on the road, and the now familiar mix of hairpin bends through the mountains and straight roads through the basins.
Originally we had planned on lunching in ...