Wow! What an amazing place and an amazing host. The camp is so remote, you feel like and truly are miles away from anybody, let alone civilization. The sheep trailer we stayed in was so well preserved, very comfortable and welcoming. Best sleep of my trip, hands down.
The twinkly little solar lights that came on in the night to help you stay oriented at night without a lantern
The Outhouse with the pit toilet, which somehow smelled better than most places
Deer jumping through the marshy meadow - surreal
Full disclosure - my Honda Fit, with very little clearance, made it within 100 yards of the place before getting stuck in the mud on the property. We were stuck, nobody within miles, no cell reception. It's like the universe served me a little slice of humble pie for my birthday. We were able to hitch a ride to Zion Ponderosa and call Jen. She and her daughter drove an hour to pick us up, 30 minutes back to camp, and pulled out my dinky little car. Her kindness and generosity saved our trip, if not our lives :) Thank you, Jen.
I would not recommend driving a compact car with low clearance up the road to the sheep camps, especially at this time at the end of spring, where the dirt road hasn't been flattened out. Most importantly, once at the sheep camp DRIVE AROUND THE PUDDLE, and the adjoining ditch, or you may be stuck as we were. 4 wheel drive also recommended.
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