Fairfield Inn Provo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... goes north. Go about 1.9 miles to the entrance to Utah Lake's Lincoln Beach.
No wonder we never were able to get to the lake!
Oh well, this was the first time we failed to find our destination.
All in all, our stay at Lakeside RV Campground was very good, We met some very interesting (oddball) people. One of the women camping nearby told Mike she could see Jesus in his eyes. Okay.... I ...
... the movie Butch Cassidy & The Sundance (Redford) Kid. Had brunch at The Foundry Grill. Then back to Provo for the farmers market. Now this being Mormon Country, very few restaurants are open on Sunday so we will celebrate our Anniversary tonight at the Communal restaurant know for using local meats, cheeses, fruits & ...
... will get to stay at a bed a breakfast at the end of each day. I run enough that I'm in reasonable shape. I figured I would do a few training rides and be good to go. So I took the basket off my bike, put on my second best running shoes and headed out. I learned quickly that I am an idiot. When a construction crew started to laugh at me in my rosebushI thought of calling a cab. I don't need to learn ...
Tuesday,May 28th - go to Kisoro UWA office to collect gorilla tracking permits.
Arrange transport Kisoro to Nshongi Camp. Tour Batwa pygmy village
Wednesday, May 29th - nkuringo gorilla group tracking
Thursday, May 30th - nshongi gorilla group tracking. Late afternoon bus to Kabale.
Friday, May 31th - bus to Kampala
Saturday, June 1st - day in Kampala, possible trip to Jinja
Sunday, June 2nd - bus to Nairobi
Monday, June ...
... decent-sized towns of Rock Springs and Green River were the highlights of driving through Wyoming, mainly because it seemed eery traveling through that stretch of I-80 while dead-tired in total darkness. We recall driving past a hotel perched well above the interstate near Green River with two massive boulders standing as sentinals.
By the time we reached Utah, Steven was nearly losing his mind. He was in and out of sleep while we passed through ...