Monthly Archives: May 2016

Memorial Day Weekend in Provo

Provo, UT We left Richfield, UT Thursday morning and drove 120 miles north to Provo.  With Memorial Day approaching we had a site reserved in Utah Lake State Park through the holiday week-end.  Utah Lake is the largest fresh water … Continue reading

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Fremont Indian State Park and Museum – Utah

Richfield, UT We left Bryce Canyon on Sunday and drove about a hundred miles north to the small town of Richfield, UT where we stayed in a KOA in the center of town.  On Tuesday Steve and MonaLiza (Lowes RV Adventures) … Continue reading

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A Mountain Drive and Hiking in Red Canyon Near Bryce

Bryce Canyon, UT A Mountain Drive After a couple of days of rain and high winds here in central Utah, we were getting a bit of cabin fever.  So on Friday we took the Jeep for a ride over the … Continue reading

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Panorama Loop – Kodachrome Basin SP

Bryce Canyon, UT The weather here outside Bryce Canyon NP, at about 7500 feet of elevation, can get a little nasty, even in the middle of May.  We did a long hike on Sunday soon after our arrival as the … Continue reading

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Fairyland Canyon – Bryce Canyon NP

Bryce Canyon, UT We left Torrey Sunday morning before 8:30, a near record for us, and headed for Bryce Canyon.  The early departure was because the weather forecast in Bryce for the beginning part of the week is predicting rain, so the … Continue reading

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Horseshoe Canyon

Torrey, UT For our final adventure during this visit to the Torrey area, we drove a long (we’re talking long) way east for a visit to the Horseshoe Canyon.  Horseshoe Canyon, formerly known as Barrier Canyon, is in a remote … Continue reading

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Navajo Knobs – Capitol Reef NP

Torrey, UT While many of the hikes in Capitol Reef NP go through canyons with great views of the rocky walls above you, a few of the hikes take you up on top of the rocks and provide great views … Continue reading

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