Welcome to our new home!
We arrived here on Sunday, September 14th. Pretty nice, eh?
A pronghorn appears on a distant ridge, a sentry for the herd on the other side. It’s fun to watch the herd grazing or when they sprint across the slopes.
“It sure beats working out in a gym, right, Bridge?”
Even more incredible is the fact that Bridget and I can live on this real estate without paying one dollar in camping fees.
Note: Flaming Gorge Recreation Area charges fees. Daily passes are $5. A pass for seven consecutive days is $15. A pass for one calendar year is $35. However, with a Senior Pass one can camp for free!
The east side of Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Utah!
Specifically, our camp is on forest road #619 which is a spur of forest road #319 (visible on the Utah Benchmark map).
The fee campground, Antelope Flat Campground, is located on another peninsula directly south of us.
The island in the photo below obscures our view of the distant campground.
Occasionally I see a tiny white dot traversing the plain at the base of the mountains. I can’t help but feel smug . . . There goes someone on their way to the campground . . . .
Not only do we have the peninsula all to ourselves, we have acres of hills and dales, coves and beaches to explore . . . and nobody is here! Views of water out all three of the Best Little Trailer’s big windows give the illusion we are camped on an island.
NOTE: Dear blogorinos, please forgive me for bragging, but, gee, wouldn’t you?
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