The Swell at Sunrise – a view FEW ever take the time to see…

I was motivated – I mean REALLY motivated after spending 2 full days previously in “the swell” (the San Rafael Swell) to visit “the wedge” at sunrise. To do so in late June required waking BEFORE 5am and hitting the road – driving into the wilderness on dirt roads in the dark. As it turns … Read more

Forsyth Reservoir – NFS RV Camping at its BEST

RV Camping at its best – National Forest Service (NFS) waterfront RV camping at a pristine reservoir – perfect for kayaking, my nearest neighbor is about 200 yards away, minimal phone signal – enough to listen to “tune-in radio”, and NO FEE for the camping! Yes, I did say FREE! Forsyth Reservoir is located about … Read more

A TRULY AMAZING REGION -Slowly Travelin’ through Central Utah

In many ways, Utah is a unique and special state. Literally dotted with National Parks, moderate climate (in the higher elevations), great people and LOTS to see – IF you’re willing to stretch a little to have a look. I entered Utah at the beginning of June and now as July arrives, my current campsite … Read more

Small Town America and a Really Nice Campground Just up the road…

Duchesne, Utah. A town of fewer than 2000 people, situated about 2 hours from Salt Lake City, and sandwiched in between Heber City and Vernal, Utah. Elevation works in its favor at about 5500 ft. The climate in June is perfect with daytime highs near 80 and nights in the upper 40’s. And just up … Read more

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