Ashley National Forest

Minnie and I are in the Ashley National Forest, a stones throw from Flaming Gorge National Rec Area and the border of Wyoming. We only traveled about 150 mile today. I was pretty lazy this morning and didn’t get on the road until 10:30. It seem like the longer I stay in a place the longer it takes to put away all the stuff I got out.

I stopped at the Walmart in Vernal, UT to buy some groceries, and then filled with gas and propane at a Pilot nearby. The road up into the mountains was very steep and Minnie struggled to pull us to the top. Several sharp curves made us slow to 20 mph, causing a slow recovery for the next stretch. If I go back into town, I think Honda will do a lot better job than Minnie.

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This is a really nice site but several tall Aspen trees will make it challenging to get a good solar charge. I plan to spend a few days here while I explore the area.

4 Responses to “Ashley National Forest”

  1. Donna says:

    Pretty place! What’s the temperature?

  2. Dale says:

    I think the temperature will be good. It is a little chilly tonight but it is cloudy like a front moving through.

  3. Dick says:

    I think that’s a law of RV’ing. The longer you stay in one place, the longer it takes to pack things up and get going. When we stay in one place for several months, it takes a week to get ready to go. Maybe not really, but it feels like it when I’m done.

  4. Daryl says:

    Looks idyllic!

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