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... organ -- besides the 11,623 pipes, it has 206 ranks and a five-manual console, and is considered to be one of the finest pipe organs in existence. I put in a picture of our current state map after three-fourths of our trip -- hard to believe only one-fourth of our trip is left! The elevation of the campground here is 4,491 feet, and highs are predicted to be in the low-90's, lows in the low-60's, and partly ...
... to the appointment I made at the Volvo dealer in Salt Lake City to have my scheduled maintenance done…I use synthetic oil in the XC so I wasn’t sweating too much being late for my oil change, but I still needed to have it done before returning home, with at least a few thousand more miles left on this road trip of a lifetime. It was still dark when I pulled out of Pocatello and onto ...
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... at another Dubya store parking lot. I needed some meds for an skin allergy outbreak, and picked them up there.
We only had about fifteen miles left to get to Utah Lake State Park. This place is very nice with only a few rigs camping here. It got into the mid-seventies or so and we're more than comfortable. A nice breeze is moving through Shorty, so we don't need ...
... few miles of highway with no rest stops or towns. Finally, the town of Charleston emerged. I was glad to finally see a town after so many hours just being on the road. It was kind of reassuring. I knew Utah is full of wide open spaces and you could probably ride a day or two in some places without even seeing civilization. Charleston seemed like a mostly residential town, not that big - somewhat Western in appearance. I finally saw some kind of business, a nursery I believe. ...