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... last big hills. I'm going to be much better about drinking more, it's always been a problem of mine. This has been the most physically demanding day of my life. I feel like I pushed myself harder than I ever have. Something happens to determination when you don't really have any option to quit. I'm not exactly proud that I made it, but more so impressed by what my body is capable of. As I was coming off the mountain, I saw a touring ...
... Utah was often the focus of his writing.
- Wallace Stegner, a historian, novelist, short story writer and environmentalist often called the "Dean of Western Writers." Like me, Stegner received his Bachelor's degree at the University of Utah, though I've never been called the Dean of anything.
... experience both for the driver high up in his cab and for any other road users! Unfortunately he had only stopped for a brief break and was gone before I could get a photo.
We arrived in Torrey at the bottom of this scenic drive (which it really is) much earlier than planned as we hadn't had our walk. We booked into Austin's ChuckWagon Lodge again and then I made G go to Cafe Diablo and book a table for the evening. I knew it was probably ...
I learned another thing, today. You know those yellow signs, with the silhouette of an animal stamped on them, indicating that animal may be seen in that area? Right. Those. They have them here too, of course. Different animal shapes to what we have at home but one we do have in common is the cow shape. They do this groovy thing in Utah where they stick two little red flags on the sign. Horse riders, you know when they close ...
... National Park so we visited the Wayne County Information Office for advice, and decided to spend the day driving the Fishlake Loop instead, thinking we might walk later if it warmed up a bit. We passed fields on our way, and to show how cold it was, the irrigators and fields were covered in ice. We found out later that the farmers deliberately irrigate when there ...
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