Stockmen's Hotel and Casino
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Woke up bright and early and checked out today at 6:00 - Ate at a continental breakfast that was complimentary - Got to visit Humboldt National Park which cost about $15 to get in - Took an ATV off road tour of the mountains - Got to pet a bunny - Found a cute little mom and pop hotel which was only 25 bucks a night - The missus promised my waffles in the ...
... in town and we saw that there was a race for Juvenile Diabetes taking place today. We turned on the road to head around the west side of the lake to the north and we were in the middle of a pack of cyclists. It was a nightmare. We couldn’t turn around and had to follow the cyclists for about 30 miles up and down hills and around curves. At times there were cars coming from the opposite direction and we had to pull over ...
... use our water connections as it gets cold at night. We had electricity and cable TV and they promised a free continental breakfast in the morning. All the other campers in the park seemed to be permanent but the place was mostly empty and was basically just a big gravel parking lot - no greenery whatsoever.
We decided to go to the karaoke that was advertised at the little diner/bar that was ...
... into the boys going forward and the girls going back. PAC man, Flow, jimmy joe ,and freedom train alone on top of the mountains. Our pace was going much slower then we had expected. Jimmy joes ankle was still hurting, and the scenic vistas made us stop at every peak. Every time we hit one peak we would drop down 500ft just to walk back up 1,000 more. As the day wore on the scenery got better, but we all were starting to get tired. Morale was slowly dropping as ...
Burr! We left Vernal thinking it was going to be another hot day, resisting putting more clothes on we soon froze our butts off. We froze but the road from Vernal to Salt Lake City, along Hwy 40, is another great ride.
The road follows the Duchesne river through high desert, and grassland. Russian Olive trees must be indigenous to the eastern part of Utah, because they ...