Provo Travelers Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Nice views and quieter than Moab this time of year anyway. Well, except for the small airplanes overhead doing touch and goes at nearby Provo airport.
Off to Salt Lake City area to see family for weekend. more to come
... limits…first time I’ve seen that (although I’ve heard about some rural Texas roads where it’s 85)) it became a steady diet of wet snow until just before reaching Salt Lake City, where the precipitation finally let up just in time to pull into town. The local Volvo dealer was ready for my visit after my phone calls yesterday, and between the oil change and a few other ...
... sound of the roof air.
There are lots of birds here, not all visible, but their song permeates the air. That's the great thing about having the windows open. The sounds of nature can easily find our ears.
We're moving to a private park tomorrow in Logan. There are some interesting Thor MHs there that we want to check out. The photos we have from today will be ...
... t want my children to be orphans and I certainly don't want to have to pick gravel out of an open wound. So I've started doing something that is pretty frowned upon among bikers...I ride on the side walk. Lame, I know. But hear me out! I know pedestrians have the right of way. And I swear I will get off my bike and stand in a salute until they pass...the next time I see ...
By Matthew Goricki
While driving through Nebraska, we thought we were just passing through the Cornhusker State. That all changed when we made a short pit-stop at a hole-in-the-wall town called Gothenburg. At the historic Pony Express Station, we realized we were doing more than just driving along I-80 heading towards Wyoming and then Utah.
We were on the Road to Zion!! Now, what is that, you may ask? Back in the mid 1800s the Mormons began walking ...