Daniels Summit Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today, Friday, we left the quaint Camper Park and gassed up before leaving town. It's $2.69/gallon and seems to be increasing as we head north. We had 180 miles or so to cover and once again had quite a variety of landscapes to enjoy while traveling. It's hard to believe that we've been on the Road for nearly 2.5 months. We've seen a lot and have enjoyed most everything we've seen.
We crossed into Utah without much fanfare. I ...
... up in the ditch because of a freak hail storm. We dont arrive till about 7pm at the RV park, only to be told the park is fully booked. But after we explain to them we only want a small place for a tent and Gerry's car, we are given a nice spot at the back of the park. Still here the road noise.
... and this is a cute little town. Like many western towns we went through, this has an active old fashioned downtown with shops, restaurants, a movie theater, and other retails stores. We didn’t see any big malls or shopping center like we have at home. They may be here, but we didn’t see them.
We are heading for the Rocky Mountain National Park tomorrow. We are hoping that the weather doesn’t make us change ...
... the inherent value of the hard physical work involved in feeding the country/world? And I think we also secretly yearn for the simplicity and values intrinsic in such a life style. I wonder how many of our problems would be solved if more people lived in towns of 5,000 or less and showed pigs and sheep in 4-H.
Miles today (total/super slab): 342/0
Miles to date (total/super slab): ...
... the dining room table talking and laughing about my snake encounter. Steve called his brother to thank him for the keys, and he laughed too, then he said he'd never seen a snake up there. I was lucky enough to be the first! Ha ha! Later, Steve told us about taking the jeep into a river when he was fourteen, and he said that was the longest ride to town, sitting next to his dad, getting chastised for wrecking the jeep.
After a ...