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In Fillmore we went to visit fishlake National Forest. It is a vast area with wildlife such as elk and wolves. The vegetation is mostly pine needle trees, and has many streams of water. For free Lodging I decided to drive into the middle of the forest and sleep in the car.
... land formations and I LOVE it. I can't stop taking pictures. The plan for tomorrow is to continue driving to Zion National Park, spend a few hours there, and then end in Las Vegas where we'll stay in a hostel that will hopefully be a lot nicer than the one in Denver. It can't possibly get much worse than that... Unless you add cockroaches crawling on us while we're sleeping. Bleh. Anyway, Vegas should be great. Road tripping ...
... As it was, we knew we had seen beauty beyond compare already, so although we were disappointed not to get to the end of the road, we were fine. We are both amazed at the gigantic scale of this area. Leaving the park, our next stop was in the little, quaint town of Torrey, Utah. It is a funky little place with many building that look as if they date to the time of the Mormon settlement of the area. We did make one stop trying to find a place that had a strong enough ...
... feet. Floor of canyon was fairly flat & consisted of pebbles. We were lucky that it was totally dry. Beauty in walls of stone... who knew?! Loved it.
Turned around & went back the way we came in. Saw just about 5 people while in canyon. On our way down trail, almost to parking lot, we met up with large group of young people coming toward us. Once again, we beat 'the rush'!
11:45 AM: Enter Goblin Valley S.P. ($8 a car). It's ...
... gradual climb in the end of my ride and the downhill led into Salina and I was ready to call it a day. Tomorrow I have a 108 mile ride to hopefully get to Green River which is the next town. It's going to be difficult but I'll give it my best. Today I rode 71 miles.