Americas Best Value Inn Roosevelt/Ballard
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- Swimming pool
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Oh my gosh, we were on the road at 6:30 this morning! The plan was to beat the heat and have a little free time in Vernal, our desination. It worked! We drove across more Nevada desert, over mountains, and across the salt flats. We drove through Salt Lake City while everyone was still in church (or still sleeping). As we drove past the Great Salt Lake we just had to stop ...
... Lisa's great salad and pizza.
Back on the bikes we went squeak and all finally another turn and tail winds again. The shoulders were not the best wth chip seal and rumble strips in the middle instead of to the left so we rode alot on the white line which was a little scary at times with the big Semi trucks, big motorhomes, cars whizzing by.....
Then the side winds again and I almost got blown off my bike and ...
... the summit I got back on my bike thinking is was going to be a long, long downhill and that was disappointing only about 8 miles with a little tail wind. We had decided to ride as far as we could today and get to Fruitland. We rode about 55 miles, got in the Van to go to Fruitland where there was suppose to be this beautiful Camelot Resort we never saw Fruitland and went down the road about 4 miles to find the Resort and the pavement ended so we turned around so ended up in Duchesne ...
... on Rupert's shoulders. Phoebe led the way with a big stick to shoo away any snakes around! The trek was 1.5 miles there and 1.5 miles back, across the most beautiful jagged sandstone path, and when we got there there were loads of dinosaur footprints just by the water. Really amazing. The walk back was pretty hard work for all mainly due to the immense heat. - Phoebe no longer led the way but did amazingly. Rupert turned ...
... dirt track to see some women called Josie Bassett Morris's home in this austere, yet beautiful landscape. Not really sure what the big deal is about this lady - she married 5 times, lived in this shack for 50 years, had butch cassidy for drinks at her place...nevertheless it was a fun trip and we met some friendly Americans who insisted on giving the kids a dollar each! Phoebe was in heaven and spent the rest of the ...