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I like the Smith and what appears to be a H&R .22 pistol.
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Simpson Springs - anywhere near the highway from Great Basin into Utah?


It's a ways north of "The Loneliest Road in America." Maybe 70 miles north of Delta, Utah.

Simpson Springs is 23 miles from the nearest paved road. The road along The Pony Express Trail is generally gravel and well maintained. If you stray off the main road onto one of the the many side-spurs, the roads can get a lot rougher.

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Thanks for the info!


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Moose Creek, Montana. Camping with my wifes family over Labor Day, we had 10 campers in there.

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The Big Island, 2005, If you've ever thought about boondocking in Hawaii with a rented Camper Van--Don't do it! This thing smelled like puke and ran just the same. Oh well, at least we can look back and laugh!


Dumont Sand Dunes, 2006, Now this is camping! I didn't see and sand trip pics yet, so here's what our group usually looks like.


Dumont Sand Dunes, 2008, Another typical sand trip.


Dumont Sand Dunes, 2010


Sequoia National Park, 2008, This is Sunset Campground. I arrived with no reservations on the Wednesday night before 4th of July weekend, and found a very cool spot. I was surrounded by international visitors and helped more than one of them with their rental motorhomes.


Lake Shasta, 2005, packing up to go home. I'm not giving away the location of this cool spot! But you can definitely hear the trains all night.


Lake Shasta, 2006, same sopt, before everyone got there. Lake level a bit lower this year.


Lake Shasta, 2006, Packing up to go home.


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Camping at Simpson Springs along the Pony Express Trail. This part of the trail travels through the vast west desert of Utah and into Nevada. The Pony Express used Simpson Springs as a way-station along the route. It was also the site of a Civilian Conservation Corps Camp established in the 1930's.





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Love the view - Love the camping chairs. What kind are they? (Link?)


They are called "Deluxe Sun Chairs." I bought them from R.E.I. years ago and they are the most comfortable folding chairs I've ever sat in. R.E.I. no longer sells them but I see they are available from Sears, as well as several on-line stores.
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Love the view - Love the camping chairs. What kind are they? (Link?)


They are called "Deluxe Sun Chairs." I bought them from R.E.I. years ago and they are the most comfortable folding chairs I've ever sat in. R.E.I. no longer sells them but I see they are available from Sears, as well as several on-line stores.
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