BEST WESTERN PLUS Landmark Inn & Pancake House
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... me in the valley below.
I wasn’t sure where I was on the mountain, so I called my friend Weston who knows the ins and outs of all the trails, with him being a trail guide. He told me to start heading down the mountainside and I should come right out in the middle of town. I headed towards a lift to download, but it turned out it wasn’t operating, so I continued my trek down a steep path trying to figure out how to make ...
We have meandered today. Day of relaxing really. Tootled around the Main Street pottering in the shops. An afternoon stroll and then a leisurely drive up through the hills to the ski resorts. Stunning scenery. Fall is just beginning, the trees are starting to turn. The sun is out and the light wind is bringing an autumnal chill. ...
... lights here are very "birdish": most of them cuckoo when you can cross, others tsjilp. I spend the entire walk back imitating them, annoying passersby. The bigger crossings have these buckets with flags in them. The sign indicates you can take them with you in your journey to "the other end of the road". Seems they act like a cloak of visibility. I am so posing with those!
Oh, in case you were wondering, our total mileage so far is 1747 (+ 2800km)
... on the ground and the roadway. Soon the clouds were all the way down to the ground. Visibility was very limited. And we drove along this way for 4 hours. It really slowed down our progress and delayed our arrival in Utah.
We crossed the state line at 12:15, where the last of 3 casinos was so close to the state line, that the parking lot and hotel were actually in Utah. And suddenly, the topography changed from desert and scrub brush to green trees and beautiful ...
... which I let him win) seemed to make Kriss forget all his camping woes. This little bar hop was something of an achievement, given Utah’s tortuous licensing laws. And we did get a decent night’s sleep, with only one interruption to gawp at the night sky and lots of constellations which I didn’t recognise.
KK: One interruption? There were people driving giant-wheeled 4 x 4s virtually over the top of our tent all night long. I barely got a ...