Hampton Inn Lehi-Thanksgiving Point
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... We had no tickets but managed to get great seats through a scalper near the entrance to the stadium. Laura and Emma were in the end zone but close to the first 1/2 action when SL scored all three of their goals. They were able to join us at the 1/2 for perfect, centre field seats for the second 1/2. This was a great finale to Laura's stay with us before she flies home in the ...
... of Utah. For whatever reason I called it Precious Arch. I could go through the minefield of reason why my brain replaces that word every time, but it would a futile pursuit for logic. So it shall remain, Precious Arch. 2. Josh loves animals... all animals. I too enjoy Mother Nature's children of the forest but tend to hold onto my joy in a more reserved manor. I feel Josh's ratio of excitement does not equal the level of rarity or danger for the animals he ...
... keep our doors securely locked! It's kick back day today seeing the weather is not good and this is quite a boring place. Before too long it's off to the Texas Grill for dinner. Their meals, like everywhere else, are enormous, but I'm sure that 2 large Margueritas didn't help matters. Waddling back to the hotel to do some much needed washing. Everyone back in our room tonight for nibbles and drinks and a lazy start in the ...
... towards Salt Lake City. We were wondering whether to stop earlier ...as everyone was tired. But we kept going till about 20 miles from the city. Booked into a budget motel...Motel 6. Not bad..very basic. Richard and Al went in search of drinks and nibbles. They were away for an hour ..nearly got a search party out for them. They had to go a fair way in search of alcohol and then went to Walmart ..got ...
... So I yelled for Swoop throughout the 3rd quarter and biked back to my car before my parking expired.
I drove out to Farmington Bay, enjoyed an apple at sunset over the saltiest of lakes and drove through the dark to the Walmart in Burley Idaho to camp out.
There are signs everywhere for dust storms. For whatever reason, I really wanted one to kick up. With very few other cars on the road and the pitchness of the night, visibility couldn't get much worse.