Best Western Inn At Sundance
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Travel Blogs from Sundance
... br> Total side bar for all you ice cream lovers. DQ (Dairy Queen) is HUGE out west! Dad and I have made our 4th stop at their surplus of locations on route. If you haven't had August's Chips Ahoy Blizzard of the Month... It's YUMMALICIOUS!
Signing off for tonight... Love you bunches!
... off, tools in hand, nuts and hardware stripped at an alarming rate, when the monsoon hit. Another way to say that would be, we were taking apart the truck when the rain started. It was still about 80 degrees, so we weren't too worried, fully expecting that it would blow over soon. We were wrong. About 20 minutes into the storm the temperature dropped sharply, maybe 15 degrees. Apparently nature thought that we didn't have enough balls to change a torque converter in ...
... why the natives believed it sacred. They still visit, conducting ceremonies, and leaving medicine bags, especially in the month of June during solstice. I always feel a little eerie treading over someone else's sacred ground. The pile of people running around the tower must infuriate the indigenous culture. Tomorrow, seek and you shall find a ... Torque converter! Hopefully. P.S. This park shows the movie, " Close Encounters of the Third ...
... that monument. It is 2:39 pm local time and we are pulled into a Safeway parking lot..... Jenga's torque converter is taking a poop. Barret can limp the truck easily to camp and we are calling ahead to have the part ready for pick up tomorrow. Barret and I can have the transmission backed off the engine and a new torque converter installed in about 3 hours tomorrow! Yay Barret: I wrote a whole bunch and the iPad died so this is all you get. Till tomorrow, The Hess and Jaekel ...
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sided pillars raising into the sky up to 867 ft tall and around the base of
2 1/2 miles. Rock climbing is encouraged here and has been going on since the
mid 1800's. The area is considered sacred; there are prayer flags tied to many
hike we decided to go down the road a mile and rent a camp site at a KOA.
our first ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed