Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Sandy
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So far the best out of all the hotels and pretty cheap at $120.
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... weather in Elko, Nevada. On the trip from Elko to Sandy, Utah, we encountered some rain. I wanted to post a photo of the salt flats, but when we got to the overlook, it was raining. Instead, I took a photo of the famous statue that is by the side of the road. This funny statue always lets us know that we are in Utah.
We arrived at the house of brother, Bill, at dinnertime and parked our rig in front ...
... during the 5 min we were talking). I'm still not sure what was up. But between his blushes I was able to find a reasonable pair of shorts and a jacket. Is there a bikers code that only women can help other women buy biking clothing? I would say that is too weird to consider. But you should see the shorts I now wear out in public...clearly nothing is too weird for ...
... different nations and other countries, very diverse. Very worth it and good to learn more about the place and people.
The Temple was built in 1853 - 1893 by Mormon pioneers, no tours are given there, it's for sacred events. But we did get to see the Tabernacle and Conference Center, which is so amazing and large, the gardens on ...
... makes so much more sense to me than from a theological perspective. Doors opened, my mind could wrap itself around the logical academic study of Christianity, and my heart burst with happiness at this newly learned knowledge. Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors -- the motto of the United Methodist Church. It was my church where I met Marcus Borg -- literally and figuratively. He visited our church for a ...
... ground and the brightest blue sky without a cloud above. The landscape seemed to shimmer and it took us awhile to figure out if we were driving by land or across water, like an optical illusion. After driving for about 45 minutes across the flats we came to a rest area - and I badly needed a rest. This also gave us the opportunity to get a closer look at the flats. This is the place where they've been testing racecars for generations because it's so flat - apparently ...