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... br> After my stroll, I headed back to Cruzer to give my “house” a thorough cleaning. First, I cleaned out my closet (aka the trunk), then moved on to my bedroom (aka the backseat, which stores my tent, sleeping bag, blanket, pillow, and sleeping pad). Next up was my kitchen pantry and refrigerator (aka the passenger seat that houses my cooler and floor that stores my food). Finally I tidied up the transportation area (aka the driver’s seat and compartments that ...
... really beautiful ride down the river valley, so no regrets and the Suburban was much happier too. Ahhh.
The road to Salt Lake took us along the border of Wyoming and Idaho. We passed between the two states several times during the trip. The road was just a single lane highway passing though quaint towns like Smoot and Cokeville. Traveling on these roads was smooth as traffic was very light and the scenery consisted of ...
... the Central Pacific Railroad. To the iron of the East and the gold of
the West Nevada adds her link of silver to span the continent and wed the oceans.” The spike was then delivered to Stanford and eventually placed along with the Golden Spike in the Stanford University museum. It is unknown what happened to Arizona Territory’s spike immediately following the Ceremony. Today, it is owned by the Museum of
the City of New ...
... was gorgeous. I love waterfalls.
That night we went to the boys lacrosse practice, which was a lot of fun. The next day we left. We had SO much fun.
So, we left Portland and drove to Seattle. Seattle is such a cool city. We stayed in a very hip neighborhood called Capitol Hill, which we arrived in at about 1:30. We had lunch at an Italian restaurant, then went to a little minute-clinic to get a prescription for Lucy, since her nose was STILL runny. Sam ...
We had 1 day to kill in Salt Lake, I had mini meltdown number 2. I canīt read maps. I find my way by landmarks. Itīs easy. Rosie decided she would teach me how to read a map. I didnīt know that all maps faced north, probably the biggest reason why I always get lost when reading one. I remember being in Barcelona with my ex boyfriend and I was reading the map. We couldnīt understand why all the famous landmarks had moved. It wasīt until ...