Lodge at Stillwater
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We left Heber City, Utah about 9:30 driving to Zion River Resort RV Park in Virgin, Utah. My cold is even worse this morning so I'm glad this is a travel day. We drove south on I-80 most of the way. Arriving about 3:00. Tom is parked right next to a couple from Parsonsburg, MD. Small world! We set up, had a quick dinner (I didn't feel like doing much) and Eddie opened the primary case on my bike ...
... was decided no dinner tonight due to the overeating here. I had a skewer with 6 bacon wrapped scallops. On the way back to camp we checked out a river rafting place. The Porters and the Beauchamps are interested, but found this place to be too mild. They will consider other possibilities. We rode the bikes 109 miles today. Lunch was so filling, tonight became cocktails and game night. We played CATCH PHRASE. Mrs. B. didn't think she wanted to play, but ...
... flat tire repaired anyway. We headed into town early this morning so the truck would be in tip top shape for the remainder of the trip.
As we made our way down the windy Wasatch mountain road, Victor and I guessed at the probable cost of having his truck overhauled. We had a list of items for the mechanic to check. Transmission, oil, air filter, belts, hoses, and the windshield wipers to start. We were also hoping they might be able to figure out ...
... on the trip. Wow!
We are the pipsqueak camper here. In a previous blog I pictured a camper that had seen better days. I am wondering if anyone took a photo of us for their blog with a note saying something like "can't believe anyone would travel in something so small". Our neighbor has a 43' Raptor fifth wheel with a drop down rear screened in porch. It's like being next to a full size house. During a conversation he mentioned that with ...
... forecast isn't great, but we'll keep busy, for sure.
Today, Saturday, we took a longer hike below the dam and across Old Hwy 40 from the park. The trail is actually an abandoned dirt road which, in part, was used to install a natural gas line. We hiked out about an hour and ten minutes before turning around at the river near where the gas line crosses it. Earlier we had climbed a section up above the river, giving us a good view of ...