Secluded Log Cabin

Address: 2810 Indian Hills Drive, Provo, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84604, United States | Campground
 
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Travel Blogs from Provo

Back to Provo to return the Dingy...

A travel blog entry by ccostello89 on Jul 18, 2014

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... our first In-n-Out Burger joint. Totally awesome. Sam was in heaven and immediately began to search for the next one along our expected path.

We stopped off at the KOA in Green River, UT for the night. It was about two hours west of Grand Junction and it provided us all the little goodies we needed for the night. i.e. wifi, laundry, pool and electric for the Solarium.
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Utah

A travel blog entry by pandd on Aug 07, 2013

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... We went out for tea...nice pizza... Then went to bistro next door....you can't order just a drink, you have to have food....ended up with cheese on toast...and we were allowed only two drinks each. I'm looking forward to colorado.....let the good times roll! We made our first driving mistake today and ended up facing oncoming traffic, we quickly ...

Wild Blue Yonder!

A travel blog entry by jen.greening on Jul 27, 2013

261 photos

... found annoying! He walked back to the house with the rowdy kids in tow while Duke and I continued to meander along the creek. Duke was really enjoying chewing the sweet grass growing alongside the water while I took pictures. After a while, we crossed the dirt road and walked toward the horse corral that Steve's sister, Suzie, built. It looked like it was also constructed from Aspen logs. There was an old claw foot bathtub in one of the corners to be used as a horse trough. ...

Through the Salt Lake valley

A travel blog entry by peppz on Oct 07, 2012

3 photos

... in my sleeping bag. I had spent my first day on the road. It is sometimes lonely and intimidating, cars passing by, few people, harsh climates. Your day becomes looking at maps, trying not to get lost, hitting bumps in the road, endless asphault, staying in the shoulder. But it is also thrilling- the change in climate, the spectacular scenery of desert, forest, mountains, the pioneer and Hispanic history and culture, the lure of the open road, the joy of making it to my ...

Back in Salt Lake! Also - Travel Stats :)

A travel blog entry by mario.costello on Jul 12, 2012

4 comments, 75 photos

... museum open and how much is it going to cost? These are all questions that needed answers. I spent countless hours in Wi-Fi areas searching and planning on my iPhone. I never made a single phone call. This is one reason why McDonald's was a hit. Free Wi-Fi and they were everywhere. Any new city, find a McDonald's and start planning. Starbucks as well. I only planned ahead 1-2 days (if that). The thrill of being spontaneous ...