Days Inn and Suites Logan
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Up at 6 am but forgot that we are in MST zone. So we had the TT pulled together and we were on the road by 8 mst.
We traveled through Bryce and Zion area. Very colorful and beautiful. We hit some major up grade runs and following the down shift method, there was no heating issues. In fact, the water temp never changed. I also realized that I had 20 ...
Since the weather was so agreeable we pushed beyond Logan, UT (where we were going to spend the night) and rode to Farr West, UT. We got a room at the Comfort Inn and it's very nice.
Little did we know, the next morning, we would have the worst breakfast on the entire ...
The mountain section of Utah that we just came through on route 89 reminded me a lot of Colorado; very picturesque, very beautiful.
Logan Utah is a picturesque town. As you leave the mountain you pass the campus of Utah State University which looks down over the town of Logan.
Had lunch at Kentucky Fried ...
... rocks under ancient seas,and water sculptured them as they rose. Water carved the buttes and mesas and chiseled Bryce Canyon into every shape known,,,,,,,'
I copied this from one of the Park signs and if Capitol Reef is amazing Bryce Canyon is even more so. We started to see some interesting shapes in the landscape as we entered Bryce
town, then we entered the National Park where we spent the next few hours. Again words cannot describe what one ...
... sides of Hwy 15. It's a geological site with dangerous chasms cut deeply into the earth. After we passed the Potato Museum in Blackfoot, we drove into the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Murray even thought he saw a potatp crop. There was also a Shoshone and Bannock Tribal Museum in the area. Pocatello also seemed like a pretty place to visit. It's like an oasis in the valley of the hills and on the Oregon Trail. The town was named ...