I truly don’t remember what the weather was like while we were there. I know we had to run the air conditioner during the day but the nights were fabulous.
When I posted several weeks ago that we were going to make a stop at the KOA in Salt Lake City, I got a phone call from Ray inviting us to mooch-dock in their drive way. That sure sounded a whole lot nicer to us than staying at the KOA.
We pulled into their drive way on Wednesday and they had a 30 amp electric ready for us to use and water if we needed it. Jim and Ray got the Bungalow backed into the drive way and set up while Cindy took me on a tour of her beautiful home.
Their daughter and her family are also living with them which makes it really nice when they head out in the fifth wheel because someone is always there at the house.
Ray’s truck and Montana fifth wheel are parked behind us in the driveway.
I don’t think beautiful is a descriptive enough word for their home. It is incredible. Ray and Cindy designed and built the home and every aspect of the home has a wonderful creative touch about it. I am amazed at the talent some people have for decorating and showing off a room to its best advantage.
I took a few pictures of the outside to share with you because what they have done is so gorgeous.
I found their backyard just fascinating. They hold a lot of weddings there and it really is the perfect place.
Ray and Cindy were also marvelous hosts. Cindy fixed us a roast beef dinner with homemade dinner rolls and gravy. It was soooo good. They offered us the use of their home if we needed to do laundry or wanted to take a nice long shower. Anything we needed.
More about our stay in Riverton in the next post.