Split Mountain Motel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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After spending most of the morning at the refuge we kept driving and ended up driving through more dessert to Dinosaur National Monument. It has really been developed since being there in the early 80’s. You’ve probably picked up that we enjoy Native American history. Within Dinosaur National Monument are several sites of pictographs and petroglyphs. Boy was it hot, but ...
... exercise shorts, smoking and drinking beer, and women say things like "shut up" in deep cigarette voices to their scraggly kids; many of the campers here to escape the fires and smoke of their hometowns.
I see a bald eagle, sitting a ...
... the dinosaurs roamed the earth. After spending a lot of time in the exhibition hall we took an auto tour of the Monument that included pictographs and petroglyphs, a pioneer log cabin, views of the Green River and an explanation of how the river cut a path through the mountain, and views of an excavation site. The area is still an active dig site where several universities and museums are currently engaged in removing bones and fossils.
... nice Hoback River Gorge & Valley and on to Green River Dam at Fontenelle for picnic lunch.
Drive on south through fabulous Flaming Gorge & Sheep Creek Canyon into Vernal.
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... to the take-out boat ramp, but were surprised on the way. There was a large scar on a vertical canyon wall where a huge slab of rock had broken away and slid down to the river. There were not many visible obstacles in the river, but once we were there we found quite a few large boulders in the way. Will this new rapid wash out to nothing exciting in big water? And what will be its name? We were certainly all glad not to have been there when ...