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... and generally keeping me on track although I do have to give her a talking to occasionally and let her know who is boss.
Bridget seemed to be very pleased with her new oil and filter and hopefully ready for the next 5000 miles of our journey!
Moregreat riding roads to though gorges up and over hills. Best of all the roads are good and there is very little traffic.
... really make for
a pleasurable drive. Just don’t mind the mercury as it climbs
however. We were looking for a pit stop in order to break up our drive
and low and behold there was Lava City, ID. A neat little town filled
with even more ankle bracelet toting citizens – or it seemed anyway. A good experience for the kids...in a way. This little town featured a river that ran ½ mile through the center where
... Amtrak points. Their first train leg was to be on the California Zephyr from Denver to Salt Lake City - a (scheduled for) daytime trip that goes through what is arguably the most spectacular scenery in the Amtrak system - crossing the Rocky Mountains. Since the grandparents would be booked in a sleeper car, we would be able to put D and C in their room with them for no additional charge. Coach tickets for T and I were an incremental ...
... intently and there were lots with 'Jesus' badges. I think there was a big Mormon event going on as large groups of them kept popping up everywhere.
So we escaped the weirdness and had a wander round the shopping mall at the city creek centre, again all completely pristine. We grabbed some quick and delicious dinner from Red Iguana at the food court before heading back to our hostel for a relaxing, warm ...
... When we were leaving, a dare-devil chipmonk raced across the roadway in front of our coach and luckily he made it to the other side.
After we left the Lookout, we could see some of the deep ruts of the stagecoach trails from the late 1860s to the early 1900s. Some ruts are very deep – perhaps up to the knees. The landscape here was rolling hills rising to mountains and the hills had quite a bit of sage bush on them.