La Quinta Inn & Suites Orem University Parkway
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... to stay that night. The campground is located right there in the canyon off the side of the road. It was closing that Sunday so I was lucky to get there when I did. The fee was only $20 I think. No need for a reservation at this point in the year, according to the manager, so I just kept on riding, intending to come back later in the day. I was pleased to see that the canyon road was still strictly downhill riding for miles and miles on end. The scenery was all forested, very ...
... museum open and how much is it going to cost? These are all questions that needed answers. I spent countless hours in Wi-Fi areas searching and planning on my iPhone. I never made a single phone call. This is one reason why McDonald's was a hit. Free Wi-Fi and they were everywhere. Any new city, find a McDonald's and start planning. Starbucks as well. I only planned ahead 1-2 days (if that). The thrill of being spontaneous ...
... the doc a second time... putting on a new cast and he is on his last 3 weeks before his final cast is taken off.
It was tough for him not to be able to snowboard or ski... but hanging out at the Shaw's place proved a nice deterrent... lots of tender loving care, cable, food and drugs to dull the pain.
Aidan and I went up skiing with Brian and Deb a few times at Alta and Brighton Ski Resorts... lots of ...
... this in about 20 years, much less had to drive in it. We got caught on a 60 mile no exit stretch on a downhill curvy pass and it goes down as one of the scariest moments of my life. The roads were covered in snow, you couldnt see the lines and it was coming down so hard and thick that it was near impossible to see out the windshield. Trucks, however, apparently had no fear and were blazing past us with their chains and whipping ...
... were from. That was pretty funny. However, Lauren and I don’t look like criminals, so I guess that is good for us.
Utah is really different from Nevada. We were watching lightening storms grow while we drove into Salt Lake City. It was beautiful. I have always loved to watch thunder storms, and I love cloudy weather like that. Then, we finally made it to Provo. We are staying with Jessica and Chris Krewson in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services