Holiday: Day 2 and 3
There are a lot of photo's uploaded for this post.
I'm too tired to add words.
I'll add them tomorrow.
Stick around 'till the last of the photos because I got some great photos of the petroglyphs in the area.
The retro, under water decor made it quite fancy for any small town, especially Vernal.
I don't see many soda fountain bars anymore. This one was in Roosevelt Utah. Roosevelt is 25 miles east of Vernal.
I like old, interesting signs. This is a great one! The clock is right on time.
Freya was convinced that the prairie dog holes were holes for the ghosts to come out and play with each other at night.
Down town Vernal is know for their huge planters spilling over with petunias.
Saturday morning we made our way into Colorado geocaching along the way.
From Colorado we drove back into Utah to Dinosaur National Monument.http://www.nps.gov/dino/.
The Freemont Indians carved these petroglyphs 1100 years ago.
Simon says: Hands on hips.
Elephant Toe Rock.
On the way into Vernal, Dina the awesome pink dinosaur stands as sentry.