Hampton Inn & Suites Scottsbluff Conference Center
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Na een hele korte nacht van 5 uurtjes moesten we deze morgen eerst wat "komisjes" doen. Eerst naar Walmart om een voorraad voor onderweg in te slaan. Ontbijt, lunch, drankjes en snacks, en dan natuurlijk een koelbox met ijs om alles koel te houden. Daarna naar AT&T voor 3 telefoonkaarten zodat we ook tijdens de lange ritten wat kunnen …
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... with the plan to make it at least to Salt Lake City. The ride was good and the scenery changes drastically in short amount of travel time. This was true for this segment and also for the next day which took me from a little east of Salt Lake to Scottsbluff, NE.
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