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... that there were so many people, mostly old like us:) We took a beautiful hike to the emerald pools. We had packed a lunch and all ate along the trail. Fred really wanted to go to the upper falls but we all vetoed him to continue our walk to the next stop. The rest of the time we all joked about the beautiful falls Fred missed. We came back to the ...
... park so far and overall her favorite thing is sharing these experiences with her boys. Zachary - Badlands. Both his favorite park and the fact that you can explore and climb all over the cliffs. Benjamin - Favorite park experience was rafting the Snake River in the Tetons but his favorite thing has actually been the long car trips where he can watch movies. Mattias - Rock and Rock Hall of Fame listening to the Beatles, the Badlands hike, Crocket his new prairie dog, ...
... calories I lost with soda, an entire large pizza pie from next door Pizza Hut and breadsticks. In the motel that night I watched a movie about the settling of the Western United States in the 1800s. Can't remember the name, but it was good to stay in the spirit being that I was out there in the West.
It was really an amazing day. It was my first whole day in wild Utah (or at least what I considered wild Utah). I never experienced mountain riding like that before. The land ...
... Railways, warehouses, large commercial buildings. Few cars, fewer people around. I got lost on Geneva Road, as the directions become kind of confusing. Had to figure my way out of Orem, but made it to Provo as the afternoon sun started to set. Found the Provo KOA campground right off Geneva Rd. Nice, small campground with a creek running through it and a lot of ducks. Nearby is the Provo River Parkway, which as a bike and jogging path, which I rode for a while. Now this area ...
... 8217;t know if we could handle the smoke and ash and wondered where else we could go.
Fortunately for us, but unfortunately for others, the winds cleared the skies and within a few hours the beautiful La Sal mountain range came back into view. We would stay.
Utah Lake is technically in Provo, but it is closer to the central business district of Orem. It feels odd to be in a "proper" city, and more than a little intimidating to be ...
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