Days Inn Brigham City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Kendall and I went on our one year anniversary. I’m firmly in its clutches, and smile as mad as a hatter as it squeezes. Gold and green fields coated the hillock earth as we made our way to the border; above us, tire-treaded clouds stretched towards a dormant volcano with a halo of thicker clouds encircling its peak. In the center of the halo was a clearing as though a hole had blown through the sky and never quite recovered its original form. Once we passed Pocatello, ...
On the road to Brigham City, Utah, we stopped at a number of familiar sights along I-80 in Wyoming. The first stop was the Ames Monument, a granite pyramid built to honor the Ames brothers who financed the first transcontinental railroad. Second, was the large statue of Old Abe who stands watch over the I-80 travelers at the highest point on what is generally called the Lincoln ...
... We went in on one arm of the lake and out another one on roller coaster roads. We enjoyed the downhills but were winded going uphill. As Betsy noted, we exercised all of the gears. We returned to camp for a siesta before dinner. The wind continues to blow but no rain in the forecast. After dinner, we walked down to the lakeside, around to a marina and back uphill to our campsite. We had an early night, though I finished reading Flash Boys. Wall Street is messed up, but the ...
Wed Oct 1st drove out to Promontory Summit location of the Central Pacific & Union Pacific Railroads met on May 10, 1869.
Watched as they moved the two replicas from storage shed onto tracks as they had done in 1869.
Then continue west for 5 miles along rail beds. ...
From Glacier, we made our way down through Idaho and went to Craters of the Moon, seeing lava fields, cinder cones and spatter cones. We stayed in Arco, the first city in the world to be lit by atomic power. Then on to Brigham City, Utah just north of Salt Lake City. We went out to Antelope Island State Park to go for a swim in the Great Salt Lake. Ugh!! We had to do it just ...