Secluded Log Cabin

2810 Indian Hills Drive, Provo, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84604, United States | Campground
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Day 32: Pocatello, ID to Provo, UT

A travel blog entry by drat9191 on Oct 29, 2013

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... nature of my schedule at the Volvo shop, so being done there around 12:30PM or so, this gave me the rest of the afternoon to explore. I started by using a couple of geocache recommendations provided by one of my geo-buddies, Paul, and they were good samplings of some unusual local culture (see: Gilgal Sculpture Garden), and scenic viewing (see: Ensign Peak). I also lit up state #48 on my ...

And we're off again

A travel blog entry by leahaston on Apr 01, 2013


... our first open water scuba dives in some of the best dive spots in the Red Sea. We will be taking off right after Panu's graduation ceremony. I can't think of a better way to celebrate our 4th anniversary on May 22nd than by living with some of the Ethiopian tribes in the Southern Omo Valley.

Here is the itinerary:

Saturday, April 27th - Depart SLC - Chicago - Frankfurt
Sunday, April 28th - Travel day
Monday, April 29th - Arrive Cairo 1:30 ...

The Road to Zion

A travel blog entry by highway2gameday on Aug 28, 2012

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... were part of the original group. We were pleased to find out that we were basically continuing the tradition of the journey, though our intent was not to stay forever in the Beehive State. All we wanted to do was cross into Utah, go to the Brigham Young-Washington State game in Provo and then get out of there.
So from Gothenburg on, there were many, many, many Joseph Smith references, some probably in a mocking tone. A few hours down the road we stopped ...

Mormon county...

A travel blog entry by lynnkonieczko on May 19, 2012

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... plan as we were going to use Interstate 15 for quite a bit of the journey but decided to stick to the 89 as it runs more or less parallel but is much more scenic. All went well until we got to the last section where we had to join the interstate to get to the RV site. I switched on the phone which found our location perfectly and we got on the interstate. I knew which junction we had to come off but they had roadworks and had rerouted all the junctions so the Satnav had a ...

Travel Agencies; Highly Reputable!

A travel blog entry by blakeperez on Feb 15, 2012

... our environment and our people."
2) it should provide long-term benefits-to the resource, to the local community, and to industry
"We contribute directly to many community projects in the Cusco region including the construction of two schools in mountain communities. For more details see the section below on Social Responsibility." urism.html ...

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