Daniels Summit Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
After driving for 41 miles, we made it to Heber City, Utah! We finally stopped at a Chevron gas station to restock on food. We bought ice, water, potato chips, bread, and sunflower seeds and spent $15.62 buying our food and $7.66 filling up on gas! We will be camping out of the back of our car for 2 days to get rest for the drive to Vernal, Utah, where we will be exploring the Dinosaur National ...
... 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): ...
... where we were from. I believe Richard and his wife both hailed from Provo. He had visited upstate New York (where I once lived for four years) and we compared the forests of that region to the Wasatch. Like others, both Utahn and tourist, they told me about the remarkable landscapes found in other Utah parks, especially in the southern part of the state.
They drove me up to Big Cottonwood Canyon Parkway and then a couple of miles to the small ski resort community of ...
... out onto some kind of parking lot, which was also intersected by a railroad. To the left of me, 189 continued and to the right of me, the pathway also continued. I took a chance on the pathway, going up several miles through a densely forested and mostly uninhabited area. After a few miles, I started to get the feeling I was going the wrong way. Can't really explain it, but it just happened. As I got out my maps and thought, another cyclist rode nearby. I asked him where ...