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Well day 4 was miserable to say the least. It started bright and early at around 630 am. I walked out of the hotel and it was raining heavily. At this point I knew I was in for a real suck fest of 400 miles of a cold, miserable existence. I pulled out and donned all the rain gear I brought with me. I carefully packed the bike and headed to the interstate. My first stop was the Bonneville Salt Flats in western utah. I looked more like a giant lake ...
Only 189 miles today. Very smoky and I think it's getting worse. This is just over night. Tomorrow we are going to Willard Bay State Park outside of Ogden UT. Just waiting here till the weekend is over. Bill had to replace the gear box on the right front jack. Maybe now it will be ok! Not much traffic today which was nice. 89 degrees here
We got up early and played with the Crider's on their home course - Juniper Hills CC.
They have a very nice Country Club - Juniper Hills Country Club. A river snakes thru several of the holes on the course. The greens were small, sloped and fast. The greens were perfectly smooth and the ball rolled really nice. Of course, Bent Grass greens.
Larry was very quite when we got to the tee boxes and just let me hit. It didn't make ...
... was a surprise city of about 55,000 people. Very nice town. I called Arnie Gelb and met him at the Apple store. Nice short visit.
We arrived in Pocatello, ID about mid afternoon and drove to Larry & Marilynn Crider's house - our host. We were welcomed with Gold 50th Anniversary signs on ...
... night and all of the stars in the clear, dark
night skies, throw in electricity, water and a dump station and you
can guess that Blackfoot Reservoir is indeed a pleasant find. I have
counted 26 species of birds in the campground not counting a couple
ducks that I haven't been able to identify yet. I understand that by
late summer this lake will be drawn down until you won't be able to
put a boat into it! So goes the water woes of the west! Just like