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So early start and lost hour sleep as now on MOUNTAIN TIME. No energy for the first 70 miles, drained and everything hurt. Amazing views though. Although I should probably say view as literally nothing out there. Amazing. Salt lakes were stunning. Cycled with Barry for most of day so he distracted me. Had a further flat. Lucky with the weather as had cloud cover which was appreciated.
Now in Salt Lake City- 118 miles done! Day off whoop ...
... I had shot a glock before so it wasn't too bad.
Time was up and we had to head down to his parent's house which was in Lindon--about 20 minutes south of SLC. They had a really big new house (they built it when Harper was 10 years old). We had a nice dinner of pork loin, mashed potatoes, rolls, and lots of fresh vegetables with a homemade dill dip. First home-cooked meal since I left home. :) The dinner was nice, sort of like my family's dinners. Pleasant but ...
... raining. We drove to the Lake of the Ozark, stopping at the Bagnell Dam overlook, before arriving at the State Park. We drove around and around the various levelled campground trying to decide on which site was appropriate and available. There were fewer than 15 other sites occupied. We finally landed and unpacked our wet equipment. We spread it out to dry, wandered around the campground and then set up the tent. Our respite from stormy weather was not over though. We had ...
... to make sure we visit the theatre when they are practicing. We had a nosey in the visitors centre which had beautiful artwork on the walls representing both old and new religious interpretation. As soon as we went inside one picture took my eye. It was a painting of the most gorgeous woman and a toddler; she almost had an amish look about her. It wasn't until we were leaving that I spotted another canvas of what looked like a modern day rendition of Mary and ...
... the cheapest souvenir you can get. Just 51 cents and it's all yours. They travel light and compact. And when you get them home, you can store them in a memory book or display them in a frame.
I will never travel again without a roll of quarters and a fistfull of pennies.