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Date:         Mon, 10 Jul 2006 14:57:41 -0600
Reply-To:     bueses <bueses@EARTHLINK.NET>
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From:         bueses <bueses@EARTHLINK.NET>
Subject:      Re: Central / Northern CO Camping Spot Advice
Comments: To: "Walker, Phil" <Phil.Walker@BROOKS.COM>
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on 7/10/06 1:50 PM, Walker, Phil at Phil.Walker@BROOKS.COM wrote:

> Hey Group, > > Next week I'll be in Loveland CO visiting some family and we'll be > driving back to SLC, UT from Wed --> Sat or Sun. Any advice on where we > should camp? We've done flaming gorge, and driven through RMNP (but > never camped). We have our little kids with us, but hiking and exploring > always work out for the better. Forests and streams are always good. > Primitive is much preferred to camping site. Let me know if you have any > advice. We want to take our time on the way back. > > Thanks, > -Phil > 89 Westy - SLC, UT

There are some nice wilderness areas around Steamboat Springs on US 40 driving back to SLC via Vernal, etc.- Zirkel is very nice but could be crowded this time of year. Go north from Steamboat towards Steamboat Lake & Baggs, Wyo.


Tom B. SLC

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