Our Hostess, Shirley, at Waggonhammer Campground told me about a Cafe-Store up the North Fork of the Salmon River. The road starts out as North Fork (also labeled NF30). The Cafe-Store history […]
He looked like the proverbial “drowned rat”! I was somewhat shocked
When he got closer I could see it was a fish! Hmm, maybe he is bringing dinner?
I chose to travel Highway 28 most of the way North from Shelley, ID to North Fork, ID to avoid the Interstates and see some scenery, I was not disappointed. The traffic was almost non-existent, sometimes intervals of 10 minutes with no cars anywhere. A Difference Traveling Vast stretches of farmlands […]
I am in the process of securing everything inside and outside of the Coach, hitching up and moving down the road. Today I have a little over 200 miles to cover before I arrive at the next camp near Salmon, Idaho. I am looking forward to relaxing there for a week. […]
North to Idaho. We made good time heading north on a 200 plus mile trek from Lake Utah to Shelley, Idaho. Our first stop was a rest stop for lunch, just inside the Idaho boarder. Continuing North we passed mile after mile of beautiful scenery. Mountains never ending. Valleys and […]
Saturday and Sunday were days of rest and relaxation. We took a drive to Park City on Sunday. It was a beautiful drive that unfortunately I have very few physical pictures due to unsafe places to pull off the highway. On every side of the stretching highway, there were steep […]
Yesterday we went for a hike in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Specifically a place named “Grotto Falls” on the Peteetneet Creek. After a short drive from our camp at Lake Utah, […]
Yesterday, late afternoon we arrived at our new camp. We will be staying here for one week before moving again, closer to our Montana destination. It a nice RV Park with […]
It’s time to pack up camp and move North towards our new home in Montana. We will be leaving around noon today and travel up Highway 89 for several hundred miles to Lake Utah for our next camp.
After arriving back at the coach, Jagger once again had an episode. I decided I needed to take him to the veterinary hospital. I found one in Cedar City over a hour away and gave them a call…
Looks like today will be another day to hang around camp. At least I will be able to get a few things caught up, like laundry and cleaning. This is the not so fun part of traveling, but I would be doing that if I was at home anyway.