September begins for us at a lovely camp in the aspen forest on Badger Mountain.
The bleating of sheep filters down the hillside to our camp.
Here’s our camp at Gooseberry Campground in Fishlake National Forest.
Soon the Best Little Trailer is set up next to a ridge near aspens and open fields.
During this camp we are visited by wild turkeys and a small herd of cows, the latter run off by The Reginator.
The crew and I enjoy several walks on trails through the forest.
During our stay the leaves turn from shades of green . . .
As you can see, this boondock on Oak Ridge Road is in a very picturesque location.
Beautiful scenes abound! I have a great time with my camera. I love photographing horses, and photographing horses with aspens, even more so!
We continue our journey southward through Utah, past Otter Creek Reservoir (too low, too hot) to the town of Junction.
West of town we make camp next to a creek, after crossing a shallow spillway. This is City Creek Recreation Area in Fishlake National Forest.
The next morning the crew and I discover a better camp, only a short distance up the road.
This spot is so enchanting I name it Camp Charming.
A jump start from weekend campers and we’re soon moving out of Camp Charming to camp at the RV park behind Stan’s Mercantile in the center of Circleville, a town near Junction.
On Sunday the 27th, the solar panel has charged the PTV’s battery sufficiently for it to start!
Off we go northward to take care of this problem!
We camp overnight at the Wal-Mart in Richfield.
It’s a harrowing drive on Interstate-70 through the Pavant Range because we’re riding on “empty!” We make it to a gas station on the other side of the mountains. I gas up the PTV and we continue south to the town of Beaver, Utah.
East of town we pull into a convenient boondock.
Bridget, Reggie and I use this pleasant, riverside camp as a base for exploring the area.
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