Days Inn Lamar
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 2) What has scared me the most, so far? (3) Who has done the most stupid thing, so far? (4) What was it?? (5) Have I lost weight on the journey? (6) Would I do this trip again? I'll answer these in the order you recommend. Feel free to nominate the "top" question, or to add to the list!! Tomorrow, we ride 167km, and enter Kansas. It'll be a big ...
... or filled with gravel. Also, the site next to us had a water leak, so the grassy area next to us, was muddy and standing in water. The other issue we had with the park was that the sewer hookup was almost at the back of the site, which would require joining at least three hoses to reach it (needless to say, we did not hook up to sewer, even though we paid extra for full hookups). ...
We headed out early, 6 AM needed to beat the early working crowd on I-15 in Salt Lake City. We got off I-15 onto US-6 in Provo. To our pleasant surprise we found a Kneader's. So we had to have breakfast there. We both are heavier because of this restaurant's baked goods.
Then it was off to the mountains, (with trees on them). US-6 takes us southeast ...
... over which I have ridden. We landed in Sheridan Lake and am able to write this in an A/C building with free lemonade, kitchen and coffee. Very gracious, informative and no attempts so far to initiate spiritual conversations. Our worst accommodations so far have been two KOAs. We decided their letters stand for "Know Other Alternatives". Tomorrow has a forecast for tailwind, a great way to enter ...
... reaching slaughter house. These smell absolutely terrible and I find very hard to see in person. I don't eat red meat, and don't plan to ever start again after having seen the conditions these poor cows are in. We made it through some headwinds and lunch, eventually hitting Colorado state border. For most of our group, this was pivotal. When we left NC, Colorado seemed like the intangible place we would never reach, ...