Campsite#12 proved to be quite expensive. We had to pay top dollar for a site, nine dollars to wash the truck and trailer (okay, it was really a rinse, I hate to pay), $9.50 to do laundry and two hours of our time cleaning the inside of the trailer and every piece of equipment we had.
Besides being well known for their melons, and they have good ones, Green River is also the home of Ray’s Tavern. When someone tells you that people come from all over for Ray’s burgers and fries, you have to go and have some burgers and fries! We did and we can tell you that Ray’s is a must eat place. We had not had a meal out since leaving Oklahoma City, but more on our food and eating in a later blog.
We had no idea how we found this place, but after spending three days in it, we sure were glad we did.
Campsite #13, and they had showers, slot canyons (our first time), no electric and no night lights closer than 15 miles (made for great star gazing) and goblins.