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... we were first to get service. By noon we were on the road again.
The down time gave us a chance to take the drive from Provo to Heber City via the Alpine Loop.
The next day we went from alpine trees to desert. We drove the Desert Ramble loop. It took us around Tooele Army Depot. I wanted to go to a PX so I drove up to the ...
... working now that we are out of the high Rockies. Dulcey had a different word in mind. - Checked out camper more thoroughly. A cross country trip is not the place to figure out how things work. - Small cooler. We have two large coolers but found that we really did not need to keep that much stuff regularly under ice. So we use on cooler for iced items and another for bread, veggies and fruit that does need to be kept cold. A small cooler would have been good for lunches and ...
... of a Mexican influence than the east, I suppose. Maybe more like suburban Austin in Texas. Anyway, the suburbs suddenly broke and I was out of the Salt Lake City metro area.
The second part of my ride during the afternoon cradled the desert to the West. All of a sudden, the temperature got hot, there was little housing, little of anything except the southern road. The mountains were now in my view. I passed a large mine, a National Guard base and miles and miles of ...
... as of then (which was Thursday). High winds and low, low humidity did not help one bit. By the time we reached Soldier’s Summit at 7500 feet, white and black ash started floating by – like an evil snow flurry.
We arrived in the Orem/Provo area around 2pm and by the time we docked at our campsite at Utah Lake the mountain peaks that usually dominated the view were completely obscured. Ash continued to float in the breeze. We ...
... 40 miles south of Salt Lake is the third largest city in Utah and is home to Brigham Young University, which is operated by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, also known as the Mormons. Provo was originally called Fort Utah when settled by 33 mormon families in 1849 but was later re-named Provo after a French Canadian fur trapper by name of Etienne Provoste, who had settled there in 1825. ...
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