Days Inn and Suites Logan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The trip across Idaho was uneventful, but a few miles after we crossed into Utah, the winds picked up and got heavier as we drove to Brigham City. Once we got on I-15, we were driving straight into 20 plus mph winds with 30-40 gusts. The winds are suppose to clam down tonight, but climb back up tomorrow so we will hunker down here for a couple of nights.
... but we got some great pictures of a hawk on a telephone pole. Before we could even see liquids, Kendall said she could smell the salt in the air (I have anosmia); an odd scent for Utah. Why in Utah would there be a Salt Lake? On we ventured until finally we passed over a bridge where one side held human fishermen atop, casting their lines, and the other with nature’s fisherman: an American White Pelican. He’d slip his long orange bill into the murky waters, then recall ...
... about an hour later Mr Ford called so I went and picked up the truck. Kathy went in and told them we were officially leaving and they gave us all our money back. The shortest stay I ever had at a campground. Our timing was almost perfect in meeting up on the freeway and we are now back together and headed for Yellowstone tomorrow. We head to the Golden Spike in the morning just before we pull out. We have been on the road a full two weeks ...
... I even made a delicious peach pie when we got home. The railway ran parallel to the campground and during the day they would blow their whistle. I like trains and it made me think of my Dad, a train fanatic. We were not far from the Golden Spike National Historic Memorial. We spent the rest of the day reading, watching TV, and visiting the hot ...
We left Nebraska behind and headed down to Cheyenne to a HD Store of course. From there it was freeway until Little America, just west of Green River, WY. We took Hwy 30 to Garden City, UT - at Bear Lake - then Hwy 89 to Logan. Not much you can say about freeways. Just outside of Cheyenne we got hit with a pretty good thunder shower. When you can't see and the semi just keep passing ...