I was freaking out and worried about getting our truck stuck in the mud and not being able to drive out, so I went back to the truck, got in it and sat. Grafton was quite a little drive, out in the middle of Nowhereville. The tread on our truck tires was covered in mud and my good hiking shoes (ugh!) were caked with mud about two inches thick. I kept slipping and sliding all over the road and to tell you the truth, I wasn't enjoying this one bit. Honestly, you couldn't walk anywhere without getting mud all over your shoes and the bottom of your pant legs. It was awful and all I could think of was getting us out of there so I just sat in the truck with my arms folded. Fuming and worrying. Michael came over to the truck and said, "Well, Lisa, your shoes are covered in mud. Your as muddy as you're going to get. Why don't you just get out and take some pictures while we're here? Because we're not coming back ever again."
So I did. He was right. It couldn't get any worse than it already was.
Grafton and am only posting a few for you to see. Upon further research, I found that this is the most photographed ghost town in the U.S. and has been used in films. The ghost town of Grafton.
So, if you ever decide to go to this little ghost town in Utah, make sure it's not after a rain. Or have a 4 wheel drive and some sturdy rubber boots!!!