Torrey has always been a special place for its tranquility and the abundance of great roads and world-class scenery. But mostly, for the friends, old and new, who travel to gather there. This one was no exception.
+1 What Fernando mentioned is so true.
A few photos from last weekend...
Went for a short hike Saturday morning with David, Hickman Bridge Trail. Only 2 plus miles up and down. Worth the views.
Whip mentioned the Gooseberry-Fremont Road was newly paved and opened from the Johnson Valley Reservoir to I-70.
On Saturday afternoon I rode over only to find out a low cloud cover and slush/ice on the road up near Mt. Terrill (11,547').
The cold o-meter went off on the bike and snow flake icon went on blinking. I turned around...
On Sunday morning rode over to Hanksville via. 24. through Capitol Reef National Park. Love that rode, despite the occasional RV.
Only stopped to take a photo of the Behunin Cabin, 13' x 16.5'. Hard to imagine 13 kids with 2 adults occupied it.
Later on in the afternoon I decided to try the Goosberry-Fremont again. It was warmer and the skies were clear.
The intention was to go over to I-70 then continue back on Sweeper Madness (hwy72) It worked out. 145 mile loop. Great loop!! Thanks Whip!
View of Zedds Meadow
It was a great weekend!