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... the cave on his property he got it set up as a tour for the price of one dollar. He would sit at the entrance and each visitor would get a candle and a promise that if they didn't emerge within 24 hours he would come looking for them. The Park Ranger described Ab Lehman as a colorful character who had been prospecting for gold for many years in both USA and Australia. We ...
... the red light of the sun comes through. The idea was to try to catch some solar flares, but the sun must have had a slow day as we didn't see any. Still, it was pretty cool to be able to look directly at the sun.
We then drove toward Wheeler's Peak ...
... temple, so we walked around outside the temple and visited one of the visitor's centers and the tabernacle (meeting house and concert hall). To get an idea of what the temple looks like on the inside, though, there is always Google Images.
Our visit to temple square lasted only an ...
... senior discounts!) instead. It was only my fourth paid night's lodging in 49 days, so I didn't feel a bit guilty at the expense. And best of all, it came with zongo wi-fi, so I was happy.
First thing tomorrow morning, I'm going on a tour of the Lehman Caves, followed by a drive through the Park, camera in hand. Then it's off to Reno and visits with a bunch of wonderful friends.
... was a little more blowing snow between Laramie and Rawlins, and suddenly the sun came out and the temperature soared.
My goal for the night was Delta, UT, the closest town to Great Basin National Park. In the morning I got on US 50, which Life magazine once called The Loneliest Road in America. Ninety miles from Delta you turn off to the tiny town of Baker, NV at the entrance to Great ...