BEST WESTERN PLUS CottonTree Inn
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Vanochtend zijn we om 6.00 uur opgestaan. We zaten om 7.00 uur in de auto met onze koffers. Er waren gelukkig geen files en na het parkeren van de auto waren we om 8.00 uur in de vertrekhal. Op het nieuws was dat vanaf vandaag Schiphol een nieuw systeem in gebruik neemt dat de wachttijden aanzienlijk zou verkorten! De securitycheck ging inderdaad …
... raining. We drove to the Lake of the Ozark, stopping at the Bagnell Dam overlook, before arriving at the State Park. We drove around and around the various levelled campground trying to decide on which site was appropriate and available. There were fewer than 15 other sites occupied. We finally landed and unpacked our wet equipment. We spread it out to dry, wandered around the campground and then set up the tent. Our respite from stormy weather was not over though. We had ...
Tuesday July 22, 2014
This morning was spent on several domestic activities such as laundry, paying bills and planning for the next leg of our trip. After lunch we took a drive into the mountains immediately to the east of us, to see the housing developments in the canyons and on the mountain sides; and of course to see the natural beauty of the landscape. On the way back to the campground we stopped at the local supermarket.
... lots and rest room facilities for users of the bike trail. The strangest thing we saw was a sign that read “Bikers / Pedestrians yield to horses”. At about 6 miles we decided to turn around, and were surprised at the strength of the wind we now faced, the second 6 miles was a real struggle; but we made it back ok. After lunch we traveled north to the “Antelope Island State Park”, ...
... center we continued east on Rt. 92 and Rt. 114 through the mountains to “Cascade Springs” a National Forest location, where we walked around several areas of mountain springs, ponds and the resulting streams. We then returned to Rt. 92 and headed through the mountains to US Rt. 189, where we turned south towards the city of Provo. Our next stop was at “Bridal Veil Falls”, where we were able to view the falls from a parking lot ...