|We got here on Sept 21 and will be here a month. There is alot to see in this area. We were here 8 yrs ago also. This is a very small rv park with an apple orchard that is free to the picking. So we have really been enjoying the apples. Froze some and made a pie. This park has people coming and going. They come and stay 2-3 days, long enough to go to the Natl Parks here and then move on. We have been enjoying staying in one area. Its nice to go to bed late and sleep in. Can you tell we are getting old!! DeWayne will be 76 on Oct 6th..told him he will be an old man!! haha. We are going out to eat at a german restaurant down the road. Only one drawback to being here is there isn't a church to go to. LDS and catholic are only churchs. When we leave here Oct 21st will be heading to Avondale Az. to camping world to get some things fixed on rv. One of the things is the side of our trailer from when we blewout a tire on trailer. After leaving Salt Lake and heading south we stopped at a Flying J dealer that also sold tires. After talking to them about our tire problem, they said they have replaced so many tires on these big rigs because of blowouts. Keystone puts Towmax tires made in China and they aren't heavy duty enough for the larger rigs and cause blowouts. We only had 4500 miles on that tire. We ended up changing all 4 and putting Cooper 12 ply on. So at camping world in Az. we also now have body work for them to do. (Not sure I had mentioned earlier, when leaving Idaho we had a blowout that did damage on our trailer).