Red Canyon Lodge Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 10 years of trips. It is her blog that not only gives me inspiration, but also suggestions for great destinations.
Firehole Canyon Campground was her suggestion. She had been there in 2003 with her boys who at the time were the same age as mine. She had great pictures of everyone frolicking in the water and fishing. The backdrop of the buttes and red cliffs were awesome. I could not wait to get there. We ...
... start. She was surprised that I hadn't read that in my booklet of "rules and regulations" that I received upon check in. I think Rob had used it to light the charcoal actually. My face will be posted at this campground as the woman who didn't read the rules and tried to wash clothes past sundown! Utah is kinda strict I hear! They chased Kody Brown and his 4 wives out and e underlying reason might have been laundry after 8pm!
The kids and I played a game of ...
... and very productive areas. Browns Park is one of the most remote of Colorado's Parks. The Browns Park refuge was created as mitigation for the wetlands destroyed by the construction of the Flaming Gorge dam. It is located downstream of the dam on the Green River. The Refuge pumps water from the river which is watered by the discharge of the dam.
This was a very hot day and the drive was on dusty and bumpy ...
... 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.. ...