Motel 6 Richfield
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... us through Fry canyon on to Glen Canyon. The pictures do not do any of this scenery justice. The next area was Glen canyon and Lake Powell. Lake Powell is a long man-made lake, made by damming the Colorado River. It took 17 years to fill the canyon but now the Lake is drying up – particularly at this upper end. Part of the reason is drier conditions overall (less snow melt ...
... up some Q for a late lunch/early dinner. We decided to order their two meat and three sides family meal for take-out. We did not realize how much food we ordered until they started packing it up. We ended up eating four meals from all the food we had. Even though Dickey’s BBQ is a nationwide chain, they smoke some great Q and their sides are very ...
... out their camp but no one home so onwards.
then mark stopped outside another camp further down. i walked over to an elderly gentleman and did the pleasantries and detailed our predicament. describing where we were stuck and the route and our Savior Virgil Scott (ken) packed up thunder bird 5 and off we went.
what a drive that was, he did brilliantly getting us there and had to chop ...
Well that was the toughest of days.
55 miles of the hardest off road I have every done. Culminating in a final climb that had Bill and I close to exhaustion.
We both came off 5-6 times and lost a lot of fuel with the bikes on their sides and we didn't have the strength to pick them up.
I went down in the sand and got my foot twisted backwards under the bike that Bill had to lift off. Then I did it ...
... was an unphotographic day - Gary took three photos all day and I stopped taking them by mid-afternoon. It wasn't that the scenery was boring but it wasn't that impressive either - perhaps we were a bit blase as we have seen such stunning, awe-inspiring views elsewhere that the combination of constant straight roads followed by hairpins bends became slightly monotonous. There were very few views from the mountain tops as the roads ...