Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel, an Ascend Collection Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Nice way to spend a rainy day ;-) Then I went to say hi to Linda and to see her 2 lovely cats and very sweet horse. After that I went to Ogden, only 30 minutes drive. A friend of mine, Harry, had a conference in Ogden, near Salt Lake City. So we decided to have dinner together. I met him at his hotel (unfortunately his hotel and all hotels in the citycentre were fully booked, so I had a hotel at the outside ...
... moonlight. Earlier by camp and the ponds Betsy saw red wing blackbirds, meadowlark, killdeer and wood duck or teal. We next drove to Elkhart, the "cornerstone of Kansas" and then into Oklahoma. The wind abruptly picked up significantly which slowed the car and further reduced gas mileage. We drove almost to the small town of Kenton, before diverting to Black Mesa trailhead. Black Mesa is the high point for Oklahoma at 4960 feet, but requires a hike of 4.2 miles and 650 feet ...
... was paying Browning major bucks for his patents and inventions. According to Kay Hargis, today the Browning Company owns Winchester.
Browning designs have been the basis for many of the models manufactured by Winchester, Colt, Remington, Stevens, and Fabrique National of Belgium. Four generations of Brownings are represented in this museum. The vast collection was donated to the museum by Val A. Browning, the son of John M. Browning. This probably is more ...
... Colorado River. At some point, we decided to skip Dinosaur and drive all the way to Salt Lake City, in order to get an extra day in either Idaho or Wyoming. This made for a long day, but we stopped in Vernal, Utah for dinner and the kids were great in the car, and we arrived in SLC at almost 10:00, just in time for a very quick hotel swim and bed. We saw lots of fake dinosaurs in northeastern Utah, so made up for missing the ...
... and photo galleries and finally up on to the roof, an area of four and a half acres with planting of trees and wild flowers. Everything here is very grand and imposing but we don't feel any positivity towards their beliefs and practices.
We drove through the city to find a place for lunch, stopped at an expansive new mall to find the Apple shop so Barrie could get another downloading device for the IPad. This hopefully will mean we can get ...