We left Jack’s Gulch Campground on Friday morning and drove
as far as Jensen, UT where we spent the night at the Outlaw RV Park. This park is basically hookups in a gravel
parking lot and the sights are really close together. The park has mostly long
term residents who look like they are oil field workers - we are glad we are
only spending the night here.
We arrived at Flaming Gorge National Recreation
Area late Saturday morning and are staying at Pine Forest Park which is one of
our membership parks with Camper World.
This is a very nice RV park with large, grassy sites and shade trees.
The weather here is wonderful, in the mid 80’s during the
day, much cooler than we had in Loveland.
Like all of the Southwest it is very dry here and there is a fire ban in
effect. There is a Forest Service trail
behind the campground that leads to a cliff overlooking Flaming Gorge
The trail is 2.5 miles round trip so it makes for a great
morning and/or evening hike. Camille and
We watched our last paraglider land while we were leaving
the campground this morning.We drove
through Glacier National Park and Revelstoke National Park and got a pleasant
surprise on the road.While we were driving
up Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park, a truck and 5th wheel
passed us with the passenger waving.It
was our friends Barry and Lynn on their way home from their daughter’s place in
Calgary.We stopped at the summit of
Rogers Pass and visited with them for a few minutes.It is quite a coincidence that we were
traveling on the same day.They live in
Agassiz, BC which is east of Vancouver and we are going to visit them after we
We are staying at Canada West RV Park just
outside the town of Revelstoke.This is not as nice a campground as we had at Golden and it is
noisy as we are between Hwy 1 and the railroad tracks, but at least there are
not very many mosquitoes. Mariah likes
it because they have a swimming pool. We
changed times zones so we are now on Pacifi…