Saturday, July 25, 2009

Day 66



Thursday we say our goodbyes to our son and  his family at Hill Air Force Base FAM-Camp. Friday morning we head south towards home.

I decided to try a new overnight place to spend the first night on the way home, Camp Lutherwood. The Passport IMG_0012America book listed campground location at the junction of US 89 and Utah Highway 20, behind the state road  maintenance facility. Where there was a camping sign so we turn in only to end up on a narrow dirt road and another sign stating Camp Lutherwood 2 miles. We were committed now as there was no place to turn the motorhome around. Some 2 miles plus later we did arrive at Camp Lutherwood. We were the only motorhome so there was no problem in getting a space.

Combining this blunder with two others, traveling on Utah’s Pioneer Days 3 day weekend, which is a bigger celebration in Utah than the 4th of July and having to be on I-17 between Flagstaff and Phoenix on a Sunday, we quickly decided to spend 2 nights here instead of the one planned.

The elevation is over 7800 feet, it is cool and it is a pretty location with lots of deer feeding right by the coach in the evening. Last night low was 57.

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