Camelot Inn & Hostel
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... front lights, shin new grill and a variety of trim and support brackets.
The cost for this portion of the RAM repair - $3K. Total bill for damage including towing and two rental cars not covered by insurance - $5K. That comes to about $50 per pound for venison that we did not get to eat. Thankfully, I pay for the more expensive $500 collision deductible, so our out of pocket cost is closer to $9/lb. for unconsumed venison.
We stayed at the ...
... 20 for entrance and took the double-doors to the actual Garden. A modern Eden; my God the different species of plant life was breathtaking, felt like coming home. It was like a card trick to my mind; a perceptual shift of consciousness – the sleight of mind – that ushered me into what Aborigines call the Dreamtime. I’ve been absorbed in agronomy, farming and botany since seeing Oliver Stone’s The Untold History of the United States. The very first ...
... of Salt Lake City...
Neither of us knew much about it, except that it is the headquarters of the Mormon religion or as it is correctly known 'The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints'.
As we hit the edge of the city, we got our first sight of the Salt Lake City skyline.
A small and low-rise city, we had a good feeling about it straight ...
... sunning themselves on the path and heard several bullfrogs. It would be a fun trail for more bike riding but might be tedious after awhile. We continued into Independence arriving at the Woodstock B&B. We walked to the Visitors Center for maps. The Center was also the start point for a 5K and 10K volkswalk. We opted for the 5K which took us by Bess Truman's birth house, the Truman home (Summer White House) and several historic homes. We also walked by the National ...
... ground at least. Later looking up Atomic City on Wikipedia I learned that this was the site of an experimental nuclear laboratory in the 50's and 60's In fact, in 1951 the world's first controlled nuclear reaction occurred here generating enough power to light four 200 watt light bulbs! Several years later Arco, the town famous for the Atomic Burger, became the first city in the world powered exclusively by nuclear energy. The nuclear power reactor underwent a ...