BEST WESTERN Hi-Desert Inn
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Good breakfast, clean room, very quiet town, I'd come again.
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Guyhjalmar stayed here on Aug 4, 2014 during their trip titled: Guy & Hjalmar's Great Adventure.
... 2 pages of scrawl. Now I can't figure it all out!
The first thing I noted was the 80 mph speed limit on the I -15. Bryan commented that it was the first time he could legally drive at 128 kph - and for 35.8 miles (57 km) too!
We turned west on the 56 at Cedar City and went up and down a few ranges - seemed to go down to about 4,000 ft then up 5,500/6,000 several times. No cultivation until we reached Newcastle - plenty of irrigation and ...
... since trek had started. We stopped for late lunch around 2ish at the Alieinn, this was dinner paying homage to anything alien(we where abduction capital). Little way down the road was the extraterrestrial highway sign. Photos and putting a blow up alien on the sign followed as well as signing our names and trek group., back on you road by 2.50pm or another 3hour drive followed. We arrived at 6.15pm at what can be described as the middle of nowhere. Benton ...
... this part of the journey finished, North America has been absolutely incredible and when I get chance I'll update all the entries and pictures, but it's a lot of camping and a lot of travelling. The thing I'm looking forward to most is been able to take things at our own pace again, and not feel rushed between places and always having a time to be back by. Not to give the wrong impression, as I say its been amazing, but we're just about done with it now!
So, yesterday was not one of our better days. Late start, got lost, dropped the bikes a few times (me three times, Cole only once) and almost ended up camping along the side of the road. As for the late start, the best excuse I can come up with is that we're still getting our routine down. Despite what you may think these trips are a lot of work! Finding a place for breakfast, doing some bike maintenance, re-packing/re-loading getting gas, completing the prior day's blog ...