We headed north again today on Interstate 15. We ran into snow showers as we went through Ogden and thy they continued intermittently all the way through Salt Lake City and a little bit more. I think it is the Wasatch Range that we traveled along much of the day -- all covered with new snow!
We eventually turned off I-15 onto I-84 and headed northwest. Our destination was the Lottie Dell Campground in Snowville, Utah. We stopped first at the Flying J station and added 53.5 gallons of diesel at $3.979.
We have been stopping at Lottie Dell Campground for many years. It's a pretty vanilla campground, just a sheet of grass with water, electric and sewer stations interspersed. I don't think there's ever been more then 3 or 4 RVs here when we've stopped, even though there is room for 34. This is the place that relies on the honor system. You go into an office area, register; then drop your registration with your check or cash in an envelope through a hole in the wall.
It was windy and cold when we arrived. There was one small Class C parked in a corner that looked like it may have been here a while. Another motorhome arrived later in the afternoon and parked down the row aways.
There was a note in the office that said it had been freezing at night, so Forry drained our water hoses. It's already 36 degrees, so it most likely will get down another four degrees...