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 ...
... me. Any way it was a fun day.
Enjoy viewing the photos and thanks for your support, with over 2000 clicks to view my blog I'm just blown away.......Please also say a prayer for my sister in LaPine tomorrow she will have surgery to hopefully get all the cancer, she was diagnosed back when I was in Bend. I so want to be with her and I know she understands why I'm here and not their....Thanks for the prayers.
Love to all and sweet dreams.
... I told him my support vehicle was coming back he was very nice and could't believe when I told him my story....he said I had lots of guts but I said I probably was just stupid. Jane continued on she is such a strong rider......so glad she is out here with me.
So Katy and I stopped ahead to be sure Jane was going to be okay since the winds were just blowing, blowing, side ways and all ways. When she got to us she said for ...
... Not quite the early trek out of the midday heat that we had hoped for. We did debate whether to go on it or not..but decided that to see genuine dinosaur footprints in ancient mud flats buried and petrified nearly 200 million years ago was too good an opportunity to miss and besides we were off to Salt Lake City in the afternoon. So we headed off - to start with we had Chloe in her sun suit in my backpack, Phoebe walking ...
... at the Monument where actual dinosaur bones are seen in the rocks. However unfortunately the quarry was under construction, so instead we took a 'auto tour of Cub Creek Road.' The drive basically told us to stop at various 'points of interest' along the way...views of Green River and Split Mountain, we walked up rocks to see pictographs (paintings) and petroglyps (scratched or carved designs) and we drove along rather ...