Best Western Holiday Hills
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At 8:00 am we enjoyed a pancake breakfast in the open air pavilion. This event was a fundraiser for Care Camp - $2 for pancakes + $1 for eggs, sausage or hash browns - yummy! We pulled out of the park at 8:45 am and our first stop was at Love's down the road, for fuel: 17.084 gallons @ $2.988/gal. = $51.06. We picked up Hwy 80 and headed East, passing Kimball Junction, the exit for Park City. The minute we crossed into Wyoming we started seeing signs for fireworks - ...
... inside. We hunkered down in our sleeping bags and tried to get back to sleep. The wind blew until earlier morning and then slowed again. I am writing this at the breakfast table in a slight breeze only. We struck the tent and packed the car. Taking the tent down in a freshening wind was a bit of Three Stooges. As we each grabbed two corners of the tent it filled with wind looking like a parasail. We repeated this trick with the ground cover, too. We spent most of the day ...
... the ocean - we get 50% of our oxygen from the sea…so learn to love and protect plankton – for without these incredible, tiny creatures, we will literally loose our sea life and…our oxygen supply!
It was an amazing film and included a fascinating Tesla rigged with high tech projection that can have these images covering buildings/cities. WOW!
... to the top and zoomed up and down the canyon roads!
Rather them than me for sure.
Eventually we found a relatively quiet spot, but sadly nothing with a view this time.
Our tummies satisfied we then had to drive to the airport to drop off the car, and then came back to down town SLC on the light rail.
The next instalment on our Amtrak "adventure" will have to wait a couple of days. . ...
... our truck, and we could hear and see several of the calves that were with their mothers. Two bulls began some fighting, which was also exciting. All told, we were probably in the jam for 30 minutes. As we started moving again, not too far up the road we noticed a bunch of other cars stopped and folks with binoculars looking at something. We pulled off and used Chris and Ben's equipment to see a coyote walking through the sagebrush across the road and up the ...