Whispering Sands Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The state bird is sea gull.
The state flower is calochortus nuttallii.
The year of statehood is 1896.
The total amount of square miles is 84,899 .
... a shot of the rocky outcrop named Navajo Twins. From there we pulled up onto the high desert environment of White Mesa. The vegetation there was low and dry looking. The road was excellent and very smooth riding which The Big Muf appreciated very much. At this point we were in the Mountain Ute Nation reservation. At 10:55 we turned on to Utah Highway 95, heading now in the general direction of Capital Reef National Park. We have never been to that park, and we have ...
... bum. After several false summits, I finally got to Hite. This place has beautiful landscapes but it's not as advertised from the road. "Swim at your own risk" said one sign. "Boat ramp this way." Two miles further, I discovered the lake was completely dried up where they have a boat ramp. It's just dust. The camp area is in extreme full sun exposure. It's just a dirt lot with a few picnic tables and a water spigot up by the ...
... truly be on my own trying to figure out where to stop and resupply. I'll look over my maps tonight and see if it's worth it. I'm feeling really nervous. I don't even know what else to say. I'm overwhelmed by the next two days. No services means no water... And I don't want to go through that mess again. All of the natural water sources on the way have ominous names like Dirty Devil River and Poison ...
Today we planned to meet our friends Ilysse, Cassidy and Brody at Goblin Valley State Park. They're the ones that took the road trip last summer that made me want to do our trip this summer. They’re on another really cool trip this summer and our paths just happened to cross so that we could meet up. The plan was for us all to get there early afternoon sometime and hike the Little Wildhorse Canyon and then camp out at the state ...