Now where were we?

Surely someone can try to take a guess on where we were.  So unless you follow me on Instagram @imagesbytd  (so no spoiling it for others) here is another clue.  We stayed in a small town that had this one very interesting resort where you could not only stay in a regular room but also a cabin, a very fancy room which was almost like a condo or this – a covered wagon!  I believe they weren’t open for the season yet so I didn’t get a peek inside.

But no matter where you rested your head for the night here, the views were beautiful.

Teri  📷

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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21 Responses to Now where were we?

  1. Ingrid says:

    I know, I know!!! Those covered wagons are so cute!

  2. buddy71 says:

    looks about as comfortable as the tent cabins at yosemite.

  3. The Oregon Trail? Cool shot.

  4. smilecalm says:

    could be
    on the
    Mormon
    trail 🙂

  5. Ultra says:

    Utah? I am delighted to return to the Wild West.
    greetins

  6. Pit says:

    I think I’ve seen this in another blog [by a German blogger]. The people stayed at that place, though not in a covered wagon. But I can’t remember which blog it was. 😦

  7. Pit says:

    I may have found the blog and the entry. Could it have been the Broken Spur Inn in Torrey?
    https://wp.me/p6BQ3K-1dr
    You’ll need to scroll down quite a bit.

  8. Nancy says:

    I know, but I won’t be a spoiler!

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