BEST WESTERN Timpanogos Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Not much happened today in the form of adventure. We drove to Lehi and prepped josh for his race. We saw Guardians of the Galaxy, which I highly recomend. Since there are no tales to be told I decided I would jot down a few acts of stupidity in a segment I shall call..... TRUE OUTDOORSMEN 1. If you Google "Arches National Park" the first picture you will likely see is Delicate Arch. It is the most famous of the arches and is pretty much in every bit of advertising in ...
... guns slung over their shoulders. We have our fair share of weird people in our wonderful motel. There's the lady who met me at the lifts when I was carrying 2 bags up yesterday. She insisted that she carry one of them, proceeded to walk me to my door, waited while I opened it and then put my bag inside. She just didn't take no for an answer and I was fearing that she was a physco. She also met Rich at the lift ...
... full of Chinese tourist. They took pictures of the bikes...and then later posed with Rich and Peter....Al was in the toilet. Did not want to know about the girls. We then went to Moab for lunch in the local diner. The town is surrounded by huge rock walls .. I think it is known as an extreme adventure town,...zip line, rock climbing, etc. big 4 wheel driving area through the rocks ..look on utube. ...
... the concert had started, so had the downpour. We were pretty prepared, but still, makes the event a bit of an endurance, even though we really enjoyed the performance. We were all in good spirits though, we had treats for the boys to snack on, and the boys were great. They love watching the youtube videos of these guys and were so excited to see them live. All in all a memorable night out.
... tour, although I did get to climb one ladder into a Kiva, made by the Anasazi. The kiva is ceremonial chamber, an important part of life for the Ancestral Puebloans. This was a very unique experience, only about a six foot climb, but beyond cool.
We crossed the desert area of southwestern Colorado and at the Four Corners ...