La Quinta Inn Provo Town Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Ok the people of yellowstone should all thanks us for the showers we got in Provo. Other plus we got a head start on the drive to yellowstone the next day. However after being there I think camping in arches would have been awesome and that drive after the long day running through a couple national parks was super hard. I should mention Grady has done almost all of the driving...yes my driving still scares him ...
... greeted by a wall of complete pea soup fog and 35F temperatures. Among the several vehicle taillights I could barely see, I certainly appreciated the pickup truck pulling a flatbed trailer whose running lights were non-functional...when I nearly pulled right up onto said flatbed. Eventually the road reached an altitude where the fog cleared, but then when I crossed into Utah (and its 80 ...
... don our rain gear for the final 15 miles of the day through a mountain rainstorm. Probably could have toughed it out but we didn't want to risk having wet clothes with no convenient way to dry them overnight.
What is it about places like Wyoming that makes urban dwelling people want to put on cowboy boots and hats? (For that matter Sun Valley seems to have the same affect but I digress.) Could it be that us city ...
... sound of the roof air.
There are lots of birds here, not all visible, but their song permeates the air. That's the great thing about having the windows open. The sounds of nature can easily find our ears.
We're moving to a private park tomorrow in Logan. There are some interesting Thor MHs there that we want to check out. The photos we have from today will be ...
... me. I told them to move and they just made little leg laughing noises. In less than a month, I am going to bike the Great Allegheny Path (GAP) with my amazing siblings and siblings-in-law. The trail is pretty flat but it is roughly 140 miles. We won't have a support van so we will carry everything we need. That makes this kind of a backpacking trip on wheels. Only (and this is the genius of the ...