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Woke up early and packed up tent, sleeping bag, etc. Hopped on my bike, had a quick breakfast and headed south down the nearby Redwood Road. This road parallels the interstate, and goes straight south for many miles. For most of the morning, I rode through the suburbs of SLC - mostly one story housing, shopping plazas, Mexican restaurants. Not much …
Sorry to be leaving Yellowstone and Grande Tetons NP, and in fact, Wyoming - they were real highlights and I would not hesitate to return.
Change of plans again - decided to drop Salt Lake City as we can't face a large city after the beauty and wilderness of the parks, and also decided that our plans for south Colorado were a little too …
... to North Ogden to visit the George S Eccles Dinosaur Park. There is a museum of sorts but the main attraction is the 54 life size dinosaurs dotted around the park. Ryan was in his element taking photos here, there and everywhere. It was hot! Everyone over the age of 10 years found the park interesting for the first 5 or saw dinosaurs but were soon over it. Not to spoil Ryan's fun, we stayed until he had had his ...
... 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, ...
By Steven Ryan
When Mike Leach was hired as head coach at Texas Tech in 2000, he inherited a program that hadn't had a losing season in more than five years and was 26-20 over the four previous seasons.
Leach did a remarkable job turning the Red Raiders offense into one of the most feared aerial attacks in the history of football, but the idea that he took a defunct program and turned it into a winner is a bit of an exaggeration.
very convenient, friendly staff, near a major road
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