Portland, Oregon 2022-05-21 07:02:24 –
To: Cali Jackson, Nexstar Media Wire
Has been updated:
Boulder, UtahKTVX) – Utah Town near the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Park receives mail in a (really) old-fashioned way by mule train.
Boulder has remained remote and isolated for decades.
is believed it Prehistoric groups lived in Boulder until the year 1 AD. It was in 1889 that the pioneers arrived and established the area as a town. It was officially recognized as a town in 1958.
Many people visit Boulder’s history, restaurants and local museums. There are multiple campgrounds and trails for visitors. Today’s population is just over 200.
In 1939 a road was built to allow vehicles to pass from the southwest to the town, and in 1985 the northern part of National Highway 12 was paved.
A road connecting Boulder and the arterial road was built, but the town is still Claim Be one of the last communities in the Americas to receive emails on mule trains.
Another remote area to watch out for is the village of Supay in the Grand Canyon. A few people live in Habaspi Reservation and receive all mail and supplies by either mule train or helicopter.
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