Fairfield Inn Provo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I pulled up to Scott's house in my shiny "new" grey Prius that I'd bought the day before. In it, I had a hand suitcase and a picnic cooler filled with water, apples and my overly priced Whole Foods "health" bars. (I put quotes around 'health', but forealz they kinda are). After a bit of talking with some friends (Scott's house is a band house, so there's always a handful of people), we finally loaded the car with sleeping bags ...
... after my desperate plea. Good news, they drained the knee of a lot of fluid. Bad news, they had never seen Lyme before and didn't know how to treat it. They put Benji back on Doxycyclene for another month and we need to see an infectious disease doctor when we get home. The knee will continue to swell, however, so we need to scale back our hiking activity significantly. We are disappointed, but refuse to let it dampen our good times. We hope the antibiotics will keep ...
... turkeys running around, snow falling and a stream running by the road. Relaxing. We hit up REI, bought some Seam Grip for Jeff's tent and then went to another outdoor store. They have a nice REI here but....the other store was awesome, great saltwater aquarium in the entry way, two stories and a large selection of gear for every sport. Jeff showed me a few houses....mansions.....they ...
... very mountainous. The temperature was also much lower in the canyon.
So I rode a few more miles into the canyon. I checked my watch and it was still about 2 pm or so. I decided I'd sightsee in this beautiful area. The first thing that caught my eye was a sign about mining in the canyon. Many miners had come to the canyon over the years seeking their fortune. One in particular was the "blind miner of the Wasatch." I can't remember his name, but he lived in the 20th century and ...
... U.S. 189 southbound that took us straight into Provo. That drive in the dark was breathtaking even though we were both nearly asleep. We're still a little surprised we made the trek without crashing or even veering off the road into a ditch. Looking back, that seemed quite possible, especially during that final 30-mile stretch on U.S. 189. We passed right by LaVell Edwards Stadium on the way to our host's house. Once there we had trouble finding their address, ...