After we said our fair wells to Aunt Jeanne, Uncle Ron, Grammy and Grandpa Eddie we began our voyage east. Yes, you read that correctly we were heading east. Ever since we left Florida at the beginning of February we knew we would be going back. We left my car in Florida and we are going to Key West at the end of May to use our time share. I know seems like we don’t know what we are doing and where we are headed next and sometimes we really don’t.
We drove most of the rest of the day and made it 330 miles to Rye Patch Reservoir http://parks.nv.gov/parks/rye-patch-state-recreation-area/ a spot we had learned about from Aunt Jeanne. It was a great place to spend the night. Not to far off the highway and $14 a night with water hook up.
We were up early and ready to head east. We passed through the Salt Flats of Utah and some water up in the mountains that still had ice on it.
After over 500 miles we made it to Starvation Reservoir State Park http://stateparks.utah.gov/park/starvation-state-park in Utah. The campground here was a few miles from route 40. The sites were beautiful and we had full hook-up for $23 a night.
On day three of our trip we decided to make a stop at Dinosaur National Monument …can’t wait to tell you all about it.