Days Inn Brigham City
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Here we are on our way to Yellowstone. We stayed at a KOA in Brigham City Utah for an overnight stay. They had some horses there so Ashley was extremely happy. Since we were close to Golden Spike National Monument we headed out there first thing with out the RV's. I did not realize how out in the middle of nowhere this place was. They have two replicates of the original locomotives that they bring out ...
No, we are not lost....it just takes a long time to get to Oregon and we have been traveling almost constantly since we left Savannah August 11. We are in Brigham City (just north of Salt Lake City, UT) for 3 nights for a rest and resupply. We did manage to run up to Promontory Summit north of the Great Salt Lake to the site where the Golden Spike was driven to join the railroads built by the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads. The National Park Service operates ...
... snow this weekend and if that snow occurs this outing today would have to put off unless we could do it by snowmobile….
Connie has feelings about being in a Jeep or Truck in 4WD along mountain roads that have steep inclines on either side of the road and no guard rails. Knowing the terrain that we were going to travel and the method we’d need to use to get up into the snow and up ...
... one… water was piped in wood pipes from the mountains to the towns and to the water towers to supply the locomotives…
We met up with one of the guys from the engine house.. and drove to NV where we had lunch… a late lunch… we sat down at 2:00 in a very quiet café/bar and it took over 45 min for the place to get our food out… but it was a good café from the stand point of size for value and of course ...
... before. Our volunteer guide told us that the train goes up a 4%25 grade on the way out of Chama, and that it uses more than half of the 4-5 tons of coal needed for the entire 100 miles round trip in the first several miles, as it chugs uphill to Cumbres Pass. I declared this to be the best steam train ride I've ever been on, and I think Walt agreed. Monday we drove to Durango, CO to the Durango and Silverton Railroad. Since we rode that one in 1993, we decided to pass this ...