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Travel Blogs from Price
Have been a bit hectic. We've been trying to get back onto some sort of schedule in an effort to make Alaska before we are forced to turn back. We chose to cross the country on I-70 to be able to visit my friend Dave and his family in Denver, ride Fruita, Colorado and absolutely to ride Moab, Utah (my favorite place to bike). We'll then be poised to stop by to visit Skip and Bonnie in Boise, Idaho...but I'm getting ahead of myself. We woke on Tuesday with a short three and a half ...
... of the summit. Made it to the top where I convinced a girl (Noelle - our Angel) working a closed gas station to open back up and sell me some more coolant. Luckily it was all down hill from there. We made it to the Freightliner Service center in Salt Lake at 1:15am. Checked into a hotel in downtown Salt Lake and turned off the lights at 3am. (First time I actually opened a bottle of wine for my first cocktail at 2am...) Waiting this morning to hear about parts availability. Wish us ...
Today we visited Arches NP, a park me and Amanda have always wanted to visit, but never quite made it. It was pretty hot, and Lucas was asleep most of the time, so we didn't hike out to as many of the view points as we wanted, but we still spent a full day exploring the park. The boys enjoyed trekking up into some of the rock formations, although we ...
So I'm sat in our campsite here near Price, Utah, and I'm looking up at the stars wondering what is in the black spots. Here's the thing, there's about a thousand bright stars that I can see sat on my camping chair on one side of a mountain, in one state, in one country, on one continent. There is also thousands more stars that are less bright ...
... Back on the 70, east to US 40. US 34 through Estes Park and into Loveland.
I think I hate Utah. As long as I have cigarettes, I have Mormon repellent. Maybe that's why Price exists: a sanctuary for refugees from Salt Lake City.
The one thing I can say for Utah is this: everything they is the very essence of the thing. Their small towns are intoxicated islands ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking