Day 1 is next. Thompsons Springs, Utah (Thompson & Sego Canyon) 53 miles
We prefer riding trails, but this area has such great scenery that it is a must ride. Today we headed up the canyon and stopped at the bordello. (Just before the 3way split to the right) It was an interesting area to snoop around. We found the old building fallen down, a root cellar, some more petroglyphs around the corner and some more across the dry creek bed. we also found a white powder looking like talc. we drove to Sego again, so we stopped at the general store and noted that on one end of the building, there's a window where water would come in, under the building and out the other end, keeping things cold. There are numerous old stone buildings after Sego, constructed during the coal mining days 1911- 1950. There is history on the internet to read.
Bordello N 39*01.368’ W 109*42.676’
Ute gate N39*08.917’ W 109*43.110’
Camp information on May 11, 2017 page