Downtime in Hanksville

We stayed 3 nights, took our time to unwind, went for small street walks and also put the legs up and relaxed with a cuppa.

Hanksville is a pretty small town. It was settled in 1882, and known for a time for the name given to the surrounding area, Graves Valley.
It took the name of Hanksville in 1885, after Ebenezer Hanks, an early settler. It was not incorporated until January 6, 1999.
The Rural Electrification Act brought electricity to the community in 1960.
Most streets here are very ‘rural’.
The Roost (After The Robbers Roost, an outlaw hideout in southeastern Utah used mostly by Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch gang in the closing years of the Old West.)
Sleeping some of the traveling stress off.
Fitting in some work in this tight holidaying shedule!


Donations in form of Darbo Preiselbeer Kompott are greatly appreciated ;)