The Lodge At Red River Ranch
Travel Blogs from Teasdale
... oven in the yard, and occasionally, the owner will round up everyone from town and have a pizza night and musicians will play. I looked around and discovered they sold vegan ice cream pops and peanut butter cups! I pigged out and used their wifi for a while. I went into town and could not locate the campground that was listed on my map. I went to the state park up the road, which turned out to be just a grassy area in front of the parking lot with ...
... from St Louis who has essentially been doing our trip except in reverse. We kept snapping pictures until the sun had risen completely in the sky. At that moment as we were finishing up, he accidentally kicked a pouch of filters over the edge which proceeded to side down the hill about 20-30 ft. before stopping precariously on the embankment. He said that he had about $900 worth of filters in that pouch so he was beating himself up pretty bad. I ...
... rivers, camping, hunting and cooking tips, etc, etc, there was an extensive chapter on dealing with the Indians, especially fighting them. Much has changed for guidebook writers these days!
The Grifford Farmhouse is today the heart of the old settlement of Fruita which was once a small vibrant Mormon community, and an oasis of green amongst the red raw rock. The farmland along the Fremont River, whose waters have long been harnessed by ...
... what I wanted to see and do there but The Yank was full of local knowledge and took me to all the good haunts. No time wasted. :-) Capitol Reef features a few really cool things - petrolglyphs, for one. Also something called the Pioneer Register. This is a canyon wall where early pioneers carved their names as they travelled the route on their way to where ever the hell they were going. Some of the smart ass cowboys used their guns ...
... That is one filthy, dirty orange car just now. When I picked up the car I assured them I wouldn't be taking it off road at all. Ha!! I made such a liar out of myself today. Here's where chatting with locals will get you - when buying my latte in Tropic yesterday, I noticed a beautiful photo on the wall of a slot canyon and asked the woman if it was Antelope Canyon in Page, AZ. She said no, it was a canyon just five miles down ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking