Red Canyon Lodge Cabins
Travel Blogs from Dutch John
... button up.
Sun is out, too hot, take off a layer.
Hwy 191 from Jackson Hole to Pinedale WY is really pretty. Herd of deer and antelope playing, no one uttered a discouraging word, and the skies were full of puffy white clouds - not a raincloud in sight. Pinedale to Rock Springs is a nice, fast road, but hardly scenic.
South from Rock Springs, 191 gets pretty and twisty again. We climb to an 8,000 ...
... Rim itself is breathtaking. Incredibly not lauded or publicised at all, just a random forest in Northern Utah, but stunning. This is the sort of place that makes you want to go for a run, however hard it might be to get out of bed! Just a lovely morning, along the canyon rim, no one about apart from a few campers! Would have been a slightly easier run had it not been for altitude and the two bottles of red wine the previous night, but great views anyway.. ...
... waiting for the first snow flake.
Heading east about 10 miles out of
town, we turned down an unassuming little access road for about 7
miles into Dinosaur National Monument. We parked in the little
parking area and walked into the little visitors center which was
about ½ retail space (full of plastic and stuffed dinosaurs, books
and T-shirts) and ½ very informative displays about dino ...
... confidence that put
the girls at ease. We ate breakfast, boarded the “Lewis and Clark”
bus and headed 27 miles downstream to our put in. Margo and Caroline
wore wetsuits and they needed to. There were two other families on
the raft with us. Unfortunately we didn't get any pictures, but we
sure got wet. The best rapids were Big Kahuna and Lunch Counter.
Margo was right up at the front of the raft and got pummeled. Later,
Caroline took the ...
... go ahead to get my bikes fixed and it was only about 8 miles and she would be fine. So we went straight to the Altitude Cycle owned by Troy Lupcho a World Champion Cyclist, Katy called them while at lunch and they were only opened until 5pm closed Sun/Mon....So we needed to get them taken care of.
KP first worked on the Bianci and said the tires needed to be trued and the back brake was rubbing the tire and then while he ...