Picking Wasatch View Estates as the RV park to stay in, was a mistake. We picked it mostly as it was a Passport America park and the reviews were mixed. In the end, we are not very enthusiastic about this RV park, ½ RV park and ½ mobile home park. The two really do not mix. Most of the mobile homes are very run down and in need of upkeep. With it being firstly a mobile home park, things that RV’ers need are not provided. Mobile Home residents with dogs have them penned up and the associated barking that goes with that was disturbing. When we went to bed Saturday night, we had 4 hub caps on the truck. When we woke up, we had only 2 front, the rears were gone.
On the plus side, we caught up with grocery shopping with visit to Costco. One of the fans on the back of the fridge stopped working on Sunday and the fridge was up to 47 degrees. I removed the outside covers and placed a small desk fan with a large plastic clip (found one at Target) in the bottom opening to try and force more air up the stack. I ordered 2 replacement fans (I figured if I was going to the trouble of replacing one, the second was probably not far behind in failing too) from the RV Cooling Warehouse and had them shipped out to our next stop, Snake River RV in Idaho Falls, on overnight delivery.
There were scattered thunderstorms every evening, but nothing severe or long lasting.
I had planned on conquering another ‘Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives’ site, the Burger Bar in Roy, just next door to Ogden. Best laid plans and all that crap, as it was closed on the Sunday when we went to Costco which was at the south end of Ogden and a hop skip and a jump to Roy.
All in all, we were very happy to leave this place.
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