Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites West Valley City - Waterpark
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... at it. He works here and bartends to make the money for his 12k skeleton and all the other expenses. Really amazing stories. Another interesting tidbit is that men's luge and men's ski jump start higher than women for the simple reason that women's bodies are more aerodynamic and their times would be faster/ jumps would be longer and the IOC won't have it. Let's start a revolution! I also enjoyed watching the training program do aerial jumps. ...
Today I drove from Truckee, CA to Salt Lake City, UT as fast as humanly possible. The stretch of I-80 between Truckee and Salt Lake is the longest, straightest, most boring stretch of freeway ever. Luckily the speed limit is 75 all the way through Nevada and 80 all the way through Utah. It is amazing that land can be so flat ...
To get to Salt Lake from Jackson we could cross the Teton Range or follow the Snake River. Initially we thought it would be interesting to cross the mountain and started driving that way. However, it has a 10% grade and after a few miles ("I think I can, I think I can...") Omar realized that the Suburban just...couldn't. So swallowing his pride, he turned around and headed back to the Snake River. It turned out to ...
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we shot going 80mph down I-80! We drove 10 hours yesterday and have 12 hours to
go today. We hope to be into San Francisco by midnight tonight and are
extremely excited to be on our way to Cali! By the time we reach San Francisco
we will have traveled through 7 states & over 1200 ...
... ranchers were starting to drive their cattle from summer pastures in the mountains to winter pastures at lower altitudes, so there were lots of cattle to watch for as you rounded the curves. We stopped in a campground on the west side of the mountains for lunch in the midst of the fall colors. The resident cattle herd tolerated our presence.
That afternoon we arrived at Burt and ...