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... we were first to get service. By noon we were on the road again.
The down time gave us a chance to take the drive from Provo to Heber City via the Alpine Loop.
The next day we went from alpine trees to desert. We drove the Desert Ramble loop. It took us around Tooele Army Depot. I wanted to go to a PX so I drove up to the ...
... from and the next day the opposite. We also drove around the downtown area, which had a really clean look to it and not much traffic at all on a Saturday night. The next day was Father’s Day so for once I woke up earlier than Corey and we cooked our usual pancake breakfast for him. Because we love him so much though we let him skip out on our pancakes and head over to the breakfast the campground was offering. Corey loves me, but for Father’s ...
... aged 8 and above are allowed in the range. I thought that was insane! The boys signed us all up and then decided on their guns of choice. 2 smaller hand guns and 2 big rifle type guns. I was pretty nervous. We got our safety glasses on and ear muffs and went inside. Dodging between bullet shells we made our way down to our last 2 lanes. Someone in the range had a pretty heavy duty gun and I was cowering behind Brooke because it was so loud ...
Utah must be one of the most stunning pieces of wilderness on the earth. I-70 W through the high desert and 191-6 through Price and into theWasatch Range following the railroad. I felt so silly passing the opportunity to scamper around in this far-removed wilderness, but, due to the fact most of it was privately owned and fenced with barbed wire (minor setbacks), I rolled through the valley quietly listening to the embryology section of Henry Gray's Anatomy. Salt Lake City snuck up on ...
... big boys word slips from my slips, this view would have to be to date, the most magnificent, spectacular view I have ever seen, in fact words cannot attempt to explain what we were looking at. We spent 45 minutes ogling the view which were only 50 metres to walk. After that we moved to Sunset Point and walked it Sunrise Point. We were so in awe and excited we got off the track and ended up Corral but soon got back on track. Once agin the views were breathtaking and each time ...
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