After a sleepless night in Provo, we were on the road. We found out that the train tracks ran alongside the Provo KOA. I never remember the train running through the day honking its horn!!! We were on the road at dawn. I think everyone that was there for the night was packing up to make some distance between that place.
We stayed on the Interstate and made good time. Then it was back on Highway 89, a two lane road that weaves through picturesque country and small towns. The road will take you to two National Parks, Bryce Canyon and Zion. We will return in October to these parks if California is still boycotting us.
On our way, we stopped for lunch at the Three Bears in Kanab, UT. The service was a little slow but you could smell the homemade bread baking . We had some really good sandwiches. Next time we will save room for their ice cream.
We stayed at the KOA in Flagstaff. It was a great place to stay. The park had an entrance for hiking on a mountain and felt very rural. Although, the mall was less than a block away! We were equally happy when we found out that the KOA had a liquor license. We had our drinks and Lexi had the park. The park had this roundabout. I haven’t seen one in years, probably because they were deemed unsafe. As you can see from the picture it was the rage.
The next day we ordered breakfast from the KOA Kitchen and they delivered it to our trailer. We will definitely be back.