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... side. This is open-range country and we could hear cows nearby. I drove us out of there -- the temperature dropped to forty-three degrees and it started to sleet! It didn't last too long, but on the winding country roads with cows wandering around. it was a little nerve-wracking. Still, a beautiful drive. We ended up having to literally drive through a herd of sheep; they ...
... lovely chicken salad for me.
As the day went it got hotter and hotter and by the time we got to Salt Lake City it was about 33 C - fun on the 6 lane highways as you can image - you have 40+ tonnes trucks trundling by you doing speeds of up to 80 mph so you need you wits about you. Sally got us to a BMW dealer where my bike was booked in for an oil change and checkover. The bill 157 ...
... place called the Bonneville Brewery that looks good... so we head off.
Place looks new... and is quiet, but the beer on tap is good... might even be the best one we have tried so far this trip.. food on the other hand, not so much. Anyway, couple of beers and a ball game on, we have a nice evening and then grab a cab back and call it a night. No big rush tomorrow only about a 3 hour drive... so little tv and some zzzzzz's. .. Over and out ...
... There is a Fort on the route called Cote Fort.. if you get a chance to stop in, do so.... it's very educational! Lol we didn't this time, as we had no spare time. Yes there is an inside joke there... again read previous blogs... I feel like I'm pushing my new book or something, plugging previous blogs! Lol
Right... back to the trip... like I said uneventful other than cursed Utah man... and we roll into Tooele ...
... the delayed trains played out each day. We monitored our own train as it left Chicago on Monday, and watched it progress across Illinois and Iowa and pick up a 1.5-2 hour delay heading into Nebraska before we went to bed for the night.
Upon waking at the designated "on-time" hour (445a), we immediately checked the status to see the same 1.5-2 hour delay estimated for Denver. Not long enough to go back to bed, but long enough to ...