La Quinta Inn & Suites Orem University Parkway
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Apparently Nevada is in a drought, too.
We drove through a number of small towns, like Lovelock, where there was a McDonalds, a Chevron station and a small casino. Priorities, I guess. We saw miles and miles of desert, sometimes yellow ground cover, and often tan sand with sage brush…some silver green and some brown from a lack of water. The road passed through flat land which was always sandwiched between ...
... then lots of cool looking temporary tats were applied. They only last for 5 days or so, but body art is body art nonetheless. I eventually caved in and have a heart with Paula written in the middle.
I’ll let photos speak for themselves. There were lots of cool designs. Like it turned out on me, for some the henna seemed quite pale, but the best tattoo of the family reunion undoubtedly goes to Shawn. It's bold! Shawn is a research professor at ...
... and Uncle Bob already leading the charge, I had no doubt this was going to be a humdinger. Nametags on serving bowls always reminded you that Grandma was in charge and this wasn't just going to be some last minute get together. Go pick up the rice and beans. Megan and Aunt Irene heat up the frying pan, we'll need tortillas. Street Tacos need to be made. Way too much lettuce was shredded, just don't tell Grandma. Hailey ...
... over the mountains, into the town of Heber, where I planned to stay that night. It was again a little confusing getting to 189, as there was road construction and such, a couple of dead ends, but I was able to find it without much difficulty.
Provo is a fairly spread out city, also surrounded by mountains, like Salt Lake City. After climbing uphill on my bike a few times, I started shedding more and more of my layers of clothing, and the temperature again started to rise. ...
... my journey; I hope that it has brought joy or knowledge about traveling/backpacking and that it may encourage some to get out and experience the world we live in. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions for me about my trip, I would be happy to help!
Europe was amazing. Every single day was a thrill! I hope I get the chance to visit Europe again soon. Now back to the "real world." :) See you all on ...