Old Rock Church Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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The trip across Idaho was uneventful, but a few miles after we crossed into Utah, the winds picked up and got heavier as we drove to Brigham City. Once we got on I-15, we were driving straight into 20 plus mph winds with 30-40 gusts. The winds are suppose to clam down tonight, but climb back up tomorrow so we will hunker down here for a couple of nights.
... alive and flowing. A towering cathedral-like massif is included, sheltering an entire side of the towns, and then there’s the 12-mile loop of Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge which is almost a complete island just off the banks and floats atop the Great Salt Lake. Take a drive down the main drag of these towns and you’ll eventually come across a canopy of arched sycamores covering a section of the street from the full effect of the sun. What fragmented light does ...
We drove into Brigham City and there were a lot of fireworks around us. Apparently it was a local holiday, Pioneer Day. The next day, ZACH'S BIRTHDAY, we strolled around Temple Square in Salt Lake City and listened to a tabernacle organ concert. Then we headed to Canyonlands. Zach's birthday dinner was a can of baked beans at our campsite. ...
... gallons of water left in the tank, that added a few hundred pounds of weight. Draining that seemed to really lighten the load.
Made it up to Sandy, UT and had lunch at a Triple D restaurant "The Tin Roof Grill" We decided we were going to try and hit several of the shows restaurants along the way.
Barb had Pulled Pork and I had a ...
... mile to the first of the Emerald Pools. On the path people were stopped looking at the ground and there was a huge tarantula! Ugh! The scenery was magnificent and looking at the small waterfalls from high up we could imagine what it would be like after a storm. We walked back, boarded the shuttle again and stayed on it till the end of the route and from 'The Grotto' stop walked through alongside the beautiful Virgin River as far as we could before having ...