Hampton Inn Provo
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... br> Wednesday, 30 July: full day tour of Cu Chi tunnels, Museums and Markets
Thursday, 31 July: full day tour of Mekong Delta
Friday, 1 August: Fly Ho Chi Minh to Hanoi/Transfer to V'Spirit 3 day/2 night cruise in Ha Long Bay
Saturday, 2 August: full day on Ha Long Bay
Sunday, 3 August: AM on cruise/transfer to Hanoi. Overnight train to Sapa
Monday, 4 ...
. 75 miles up Provo Canyon, over Soldier Summit and down Price Canyon with a total of about 4,500 feet of climbing. Interesting that I now think of 75 miles as an easy day. I had a flat before I was even out of town. Pretty stiff headwinds going into the canyon - so much so that there's a group of wind generators at the opening but the winds turned to our favor after a while. I wasn't able to take photos of ...
... looking faces on the sidelines."
Coming out of halftime, it looked like WSU was set up to get things going when freshman Teondray Caldwell returned the second half kickoff to BYU’s 35-yard line.
But Leach’s offense failed make anything happen, allowing a sack and committing a holding penalty before Tuel threw his second interception of the game on third-and-long.
From there, Leach’s disheartened crew played without ...
Woke early this morning. Stopped in Boise to sneak into the Boise State Football Stadium. Lots of open road, a boring ride though beautiful. Rylynn got four big bug bites last night. So I now know I forgot the bug spray. Oh and my toothbrush! Everybody has theirs but nootttt me. Mouthwash is working for now. Ewww...
I really missed the dogs the first 30 minutes, but I'm glad every stop we make that we don't have them with us.
... least four or five grand. I'd leave right after Christmas and be there until the day before school started. So, this summer I'm planning on taking road trips and sleeping on the beaches in Southern California, lots of backpacking (Havasupai Falls especially!), rock climbing, kayaking, and running a few half marathons, 10K's, and 5K's. I might skip Fall semester to work in Arizona with the Anasazi Indians as a wilderness guide/counselor. But we shall see where the ...