Oakwood at Pinebrook
Travel Blogs from Ogden
... to eat at another one before this trip is over. By the way, they are hiring and starting pay is $10:50/hour! I think we should lobby someone and get the first In-N-Out Burger in Tennessee in Providence Shopping Center!!
Before leaving Centerville, we stopped for fuel. We paid $3.75/gal and got 10.3 MPG. We also make a Wally World stop for a few supplies before heading north to Ogden, Utah and our stop for the night at 5:30. We are staying at ...
... in the pool, hence you shower with your swimsuit on.
It was a hot night so we had to run the air conditioner. It works great and cooled the small space off really well. We went for a quick dip and shower and came back for bed. To sleep in our little home, each night we must fold the table down and make the bed. Quite a process and will get old fast. We will just have to get used to it. Just after settling down, the air conditioner quit. We had ...
... drawings in the rocks from ancient Indian tribes living in the area sometime between 700 and 1200 AD.
We had dinner at the restaurant by the motel and tomorrow it's off to Bryce Canyon. We are wondering how many more wonders we will see and what more surprises Jim and Martha have in store for us.
Thursday October 17th
We left Torrey after breakfast at the motel to drive to Bryce Canyon. Colours of the rocks changed from cream ...
... interesting by managing to find Taco John's in a small town for some of the better Mexican we found on the trip (Sad, right?), exchanging words with some surly counter workers at a gas station under a "for sale" sign, finding a restroom behind some barricades in a dark rest area where truckers and college kids were already sleeping in their vehicles, and changing drivers in the middle of the night on ...
... Park on the Great Salt
Lake in Utah. We took 14 west out of
Colorado and crossed into Wyoming which was absolutely breathtaking! We had no
idea what to expect but all around us were huge rocks & mountains lined
with beautiful green meadows and scattered forests with tall pines. Snow-tipped
peaks were all around us. ...