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Moved to Draper to get some work done on our Excursion. The work needed was written up on Wed. We had the coach at the gate by 8 AM so work could get done in one day. The 5 or 6 tiles that needed replacing turned into an all day project. So General RV ran a power cord out to the road and we spent the night camped on the side of the road. ...
... her safety harness to the wires as she changes between various parts of the course. She enjoys it and has no problems and returns happy , unlike the kid before her who is a little older and returns in tears because she was terrified the whole time.
After a bite of lunch and some ...
... half of the concert without music. Amazing.
Lunch was in a small cafeteria on the Temple property. It was very good home cooking. After lunch, we toured the Brigham Young home with its original furnishings. We also walked through the lobby of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building which used to be a hotel. It was pretty lavish furnishing and trimming.
It was a full day of learning about the state and church. ...
I thought that today would be another day at Speed Week but things really seemed to be winding down yesterday so I decided to skip the hour-and-a-half drive each way and take care of some things in Salt Lake City.
We left Sundance and headed across the Thunder Basin Grasslands to Caspar. The views were fantastic, great open plains and gentle rolling hills. Although it looks flat from a distance the area is full of small gorges, gulleys, and creeks, and deer of course (safely behind fences).
At the town of Wright is the Thunder Basin Mine. They have three rail lines running into the mine, BNSF, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center