Riverton, Utah High 59 Low 39
Yesterday we drove around a little and look at the lake by the RV Park. On yesterday’s post I called the place Sand Creek. It is actually Sand Hollow. The place is surrounded by really fine red sand. On one side of the lake there are sand dunes that according to the signs, can drift across the road.
|This was in the RV Park. You can see the reddish sand.
We drove into the town of Hurricane and went to the only quilt store in the town. Cindy almost bought some material, but decided she didn't really need it.
The rest of the day we watched the wind blow. It was cold all day also. The wind finally quit about midnight.
We left for home at about 10:00 and got home a little after 4:00. We stopped in Santaquin to leave Teesa the beads that we bought for her in Quartzsite.
Some of the sides of the highway were wet. We had a nice drive with no wind. I was sure glad I wasn't driving yesterday. It was partly cloudy all the way.
We got a small start unloading but we were both tired and didn't feel like doing too much.
Thanks for visiting.