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Jul 14, 2009 - Charlie's

We have just spent two days at Charlie's Repair Service in Sunset, UT. Despite having had a rough year that saw the loss of Vicki's dad, their dear friend, Maggie, and a fire that destroyed their See Ya, Charlie and Vicki continue to be upbeat, competent and entertaining. We left Fruita yesterday morning and headed westward into Utah. The landscape quickly became desolate although we did have a nice view of the LaSalle Mountain Range to the south. There is not a great deal of civilization along this route with the only community of any...

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Aug 25, 2008 - Sunset, UT - Three States to Sunset

Three states and 320 miles and we rolled into Charlie’s around 2:30 p.m. We left Dillon around 8:30, hoping to travel before the hottest part of the day. In just a little under 60 miles, we said good-bye to Montana and trekked on through Idaho. Sometimes, 300 mile drives can be tiring and stressful. Joe said today’s drive was pretty easy. Idaho has some beautiful countryside, fields of hay were freshly mown, and thousands of bales of straw were piled up in the fields. From the golden grain fields, we passed through some volcanic-looking...

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Jun 3, 2008 - Charlie"s

We’ve been at Charlie’s Repair Service for awhile now, and it looks like we’ll be here for awhile yet! But that’s definitely not all bad. Charlie’s is a friendly place where you park your motorhome in the parking lot with water and electric hook ups and tank dumping service on request. The owners, office workers, and technicians are all very friendly. They work on your motorhome at your site and provide a great opportunity to learn by watching. About once or twice a week we all go out to dinner at one of the local restaurants. Our first...

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Sep 24, 2007 - Sunset, UT - At Charlie's Service

Vicki talked to Joe early in the morning and told us to come on in. They are extremely busy and were shifting vehicles around to make room for the newcomers. It was raining quite heavy so we waited until it cleared. Then we took the coach to another tire place since Joe is still not 100% satisfied with the tire balancing. While they worked on the tires, I took Foxy in the Jeep (she's really scared of the loud noises at a tire shop)and we went to the Historic area of Ogden. I found a nice needlepoint shop with a good selection of fibers,...

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