Fairfield Inn Provo
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... it feels good to have a man by your side. I feel safe, loved, and taken care of. He is truly wonderful. ANYWAY- sorry back on track. Detour, we decided to go straight to Provo because camping out near Zion would've been like camping inside a hair dryer. The outside air was a high 104 and it wasn't going to get any cooler than that. Thankfully, Tom's aunt is letting us stay for the night in their basement. As we pulled up to her house at ...
... the 'other' (one 't') Matias (Erickson). To those who have replied to our last email, we are happy that you all seem to be enjoying the blog. It has ended up being more effort than we had envisioned but it is a good way for us to chronicle the journey. Last note. On Friday, Gary was informed that he was selected for the Chief of Design Branch at New England District. This is a promotion for Gary. The official notification went out this week so we are now free to spread the ...
... longer really a desert landscape, but more wooded and green. It hugs the Uinta-Wasatch National Forest to the east.
I had rode probably about 60 miles this day and was very tired. I had woken up in freezing temperatures in Salt Lake City, rode through desert and ended up in a wooded area, also very cold. That is the way it is in this area. Very wild, and you can feel the elements all along the way. I was sunburned from the 80 degree sun this afternoon and now I was ...
... moty-ho on the “constantly under construction” I-15 after being on county roads and scenic byways for more than a month.
Alan wanted to go to Costco, Cara wanted to find the State Store and I needed to get to a PetSmart fast. I’m a little bird with particular tastes and my AviCakes were running dreadfully near empty. Gladly for us, Orem had everything we needed and then some. We spent the better part of yesterday happily ...
... others have served me.
My story is all about adventure. Adventure isn't all wild fun and euphoria. I have said it over and over; adventure is blood, sweat and tears. Adventure makes you see the beauty in the world. In adventure, you are forced ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility