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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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Yesterday, Mike and I visited some of the small towns and unincorporated areas around Fillmore and Millard County. We usually take a drive in the late afternoon just to explore and see the countryside. We started out from Fillmore, and traveled through some barren, desert-like land, down unpaved roads. All around us was the Pahvant Mountain Range and west of Fillmore is the Pahvant ...
Capitol Reef National Park, Torrey, Utah. This portion of Utah is actually formed by a giant buckle in the Earth's crust that stretches across south-central Utah for over one hundred miles. It is, in reality, called the Waterpocket Fold. Capitol Reef National Park preserves the Fold and its eroded jumble of colorful cliffs, massive domes, soaring spires, stark ...
... chain saw fallen trees the lot.
we reached our camp, loaded bikes and luggage and started off back down the trail.
ken took us to his camp and cooked some hot dogs and gave us water etc. he is the best American we have met by far.
his family turned up to set up camp so off we went to the nearest town. the bike shop had closed down so he took us another 40 miles to Richfield.
... feet later and was so angry I just kicked out as I was lying on the floor and now have a massive dent in my fuel tank.
Bill did the same on a rocky climb and was screaming with the bike on top of him so I dropped my bike and ran to help. He was hyperventilating and shouting and I had to get him to stop trying to ride this ****** road and slow down and rest. His leg is ok but sore.
At one point we were ...
... were in luck as we curved around a bend at the foot of yet another mountain, there was a recreation area pull-in. When we first arrived, there were a couple and a dog by the small lake; fishing and picnicking but within 10 minutes they packed up and left us in solitary splendour. There were a couple of picnic tables under the shade of the some trees and the familiar trail maps marking where we were and where the trails went and how ...