Heading Lower for Warmer Truck Camping

It is almost time to head to a warmer area, but before I go I will stay a week in a motel! Yup. This is my treat at the end of being so busy while working as a camp host.

I love budget hotels.Aneth Lodge in the morning

No one asks me for directions, no one wants to buy firewood, no one has a noisy dog, peace and quiet for a few days while I get it together to go on to the next stage.

Budget hotels are my haven. For the week I will pay $240, which is the amount of the last paycheck. So worth it not to have to rush back up the mountain to be a charming camp host. This is the Aneth Lodge in Cortez, Colorado. Love the people here, the room is great, there is wi-fi and television and lots of hot water for a few long showers.

Another favorite budget hotel is The Robber’s Roost in Green River, Utah. Friendly people, neat town, comfy room, long showers!

 

 

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9 Responses to Heading Lower for Warmer Truck Camping

  1. david allen Bouman says:

    Holy cow that’s cheap living.!. much love..db

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  2. Dale Waterhouse says:

    Hugs & good wishes Mas Prema. I hope you triply enjoy your time off. Be safe & God Bless your travels.

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  3. Chuck says:

    Hot water is good! Sleeping in a bed ain’t bad either.
    Glad to hear that you are doing well.
    Ps: The photo brings back familar times and places…nice touch

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  4. Dinah says:

    Nothing like plenty of hot water after a long time rationing! Enjoy the break. Not much fall color here in dry dry PA. xox

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  5. Jane says:

    Another budget guest room is always available in Woody Creek too ! Be well, Ms. P and enjoy the beautiful colors of fall. Hoping you find a wonderful spot to spend the colder months.

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    • Mas Prema says:

      Thank you Jane!
      Last year in Quartzsite was warm and fun. May do that again. This area around Cortez is filled with fall colors and fall sounds right now. Geese in huge flocks, aspens bright, water still flowing in the Dolores River. Life is sweet. Hugs to you.

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