Provo Travelers Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ranches. We are staying in a KOA south of Salt Lake City in Provo -- it's a little too crowded for our liking, but it's close to the base of the Wasatch Mountains so we get good mountain views (over all the other RVs!). The Great Salt Lake is interesting to look at, but with 27% salinity we decided we didn't want to swim/float in it. If I remember my chemistry correctly, the ocean salinity is 3.5% so you ...
... fly to Labuan Bajo; transfer to Kanawa island
Saturday, 26 July: free day to explore island and snorkel
Sunday, 27 July: day tour: Komodo Island, Pink Sand Beach and Manta Point
Monday, 28 July: day tour: Rinca Island, Flores, local village. PM transfer back to Labuan Bajo
Tuesday, 29 July: fly Labuan Bajo to Bali, Bali to Singapore, Singapore to Ho Chi ...
... person trying to cut in front of us on the 10th hole.
We visited the No Name Bar & Grill in Park City. It was a really old time bar with lots of biker folks, cowboys, and then us. We had a quick drink and left the premises.
Our big event of the day was a trip to Wal-Mart to get some grub for the next day or two. Ha-Ha.
... to get to a bigger city for a Monday AM repair.
The road from Ouray West had some impressive scenery especially the vistas of the mountains near Telluride. Plenty of tempting twisties and sweepers on the way to the Utah border but on this day I chose to negotiate them much slower than my norm.
Once crossing into Utah the heat was on, literally. Temps 95 to 100 and many bottles of water got consumed. The geography was unremarkable ...
... was going and he advised me it was a dead end. Oops. 'So where can I go?' He told me the only choice for me right now was to get back onto 189 and just take it northeast again to Heber. Oh well.
So rode downhill the few miles back to that parking lot and hooked up again with 189. This part of 189 quickly changed from what I had seen in the Provo area. A lot of the land now seemed to resemble the famous "moonscapes" that Utah is known for, although probably not as much as Moab ...