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Moved to Draper to get some work done on our Excursion. The work needed was written up on Wed. We had the coach at the gate by 8 AM so work could get done in one day. The 5 or 6 tiles that needed replacing turned into an all day project. So General RV ran a power cord out to the road and we spent the night camped on the side of the road. ...
... got out and dipped our toes in the water. We stopped for lunch in Bear Lake and then climbed a summit and the view from the top was incredible. Bear Lake is a must-see stop for anyone in the area. We finally arrived in Salt Lake City by early evening at a surprisingly nice KOA campground. Got some swimming in before heading out for a late meal. On the way, we were able to see the Mormon Tabernacle lit up at night. Truly ...
To get to Salt Lake from Jackson we could cross the Teton Range or follow the Snake River. Initially we thought it would be interesting to cross the mountain and started driving that way. However, it has a 10% grade and after a few miles ("I think I can, I think I can...") Omar realized that the Suburban just...couldn't. So swallowing his pride, he turned around and headed back to the Snake River. It turned out to ...
... to a big RV. We soon had a stop at a 'Chik-fil-a' where we had some holy chicken burgers, before continuing up towards Cheyenne, Wyoming.
After a couple more hours of driving accompanied by 'The Great Gatsby' audiobook, we took a break from Nick Carraway's jazzy adventures to check out a really cool looking national park. Upon arrival, we encountered a very ...
... and settled by the Mormon pioneers. On July 24th 1847, Brigham Young, the 2nd President of the church, entered the valley through Emigration Canyon and announced, "it is enough, this is the right place". The Saints, having been exiled and driven from their homes in Nauvoo, Illinois, had walked 1300 miles while pulling handcarts, experiencing untold tragedy and heartache, to reach this land the ...
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