The Lodge At Red River Ranch
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... at a picnic area beside the Fremont River that flows through the Park. This river, although it is down considerably now with the drought in the West, has flowed through this Waterfold for millenniums and helped to carve out this area. Natives lived here for centuries, and in the late 1800's, Mormon families settled in the area and had such productive orchards of apples, ...
... dimensional map of the entire 100+ Waterpocket Fold of the park in the Visitor's Center, which is right about where those ladies are looking. You are looking from the south.
The park is filled with canyons, cliffs, towers, domes, and arches. The Fremont River has cut canyons through parts of the Waterpocket Fold, but most of ...
... a bit worried about it as it was all "organic" stuff and sounded a bit hippy - following my bad quiche experience in Tucson I have been feeling rather nervous about hippy restaurants. However this one turned out to be really fab , they were so welcoming and lovely and we have the most yummy local wine and organic pork and lamb from animal on the local farm . We were rather pleased ...
... of the orchards that was once the original Mormon settlers' orchards and are now part of the national park. You can eat what you pick, and pay in an honesty system for any you take away. They provide a ladder as well as poles with a claw & basket to pull off the fruit. Apples were the order of the day, so we proceeded to pick some apples. I picked a nice one but the one Greg got wasn't fully ripe, and very tart.
We had a quick look at the old schoolhouse which ...
... fields of corn and houses, and you know right away, there is a river that runs through it, the Green River to be exact. And it gives life to the arid desert like a fresh drink of water to a thirsty man. The rivers are the life blood to towns in the desert.
Eventually we entered Capitol Reef Park. Since there is a main road running through it, there is no park fee, no park ranger guarding the gates. You just ...