Holiday Inn Express American Fork - North Provo
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Moved to Draper to get some work done on our Excursion. The work needed was written up on Wed. We had the coach at the gate by 8 AM so work could get done in one day. The 5 or 6 tiles that needed replacing turned into an all day project. So General RV ran a power cord out to the road and we spent the night camped on the side of the road. ...
... faithful assistant Uncle Terry, I'm not sure what the going rate is for family pictures but, I'm positive we underpaid. Off to some alley-way in downtown Provo for the 1st photo shoot. With a backdrop of brick and the roughness of times gone past. Actually turned out to be an interesting place, good choice Aunty Claire. The Orchard, appropriately named for the apple trees, was a big hit also. Frolicking deer, as we found ...
names of railroad officers and directors. Another side was engraved, "The Pacific Railroad ground broken Jany 8th 1863 and completed May 8th 1869." The fourth side was engraved, “May God continue the unity of our country as the railroad unites the two great Oceans of the world. Presented David Hewes San Francisco.” The top of the spike was simply
engraved, “The Last Spike.” Unlike the Golden Spike, Nevada’s silver ...
... t much to see along the way - although I would have loved to have done Napa Valley, but probably not the right timing with three younger kids in tow... ;) So Tony and I split up the drive in a few shifts - it was lovely seeing all the pines with snow when we got north of Lake Tahoe, and we made a stop in that area, and the kids were THRILLED to see and play in the snow! (Ok, except for Amber - she was crabby and cold, and just got back in the car...) Talia was so ...
... Depending upon where you are in the lake the salinity varies. Some areas are as high as 25%.
At this point we’re getting hungry. We had decided to eat out for lunch today for something different. The kids were hungry for…of all things…pizza from Sam’s Club! (We really are a simple folk!) So, we trek off to Sam’s Club and have pizza (and fountain Coke) for lunch. It was quite the fancy Sam’s. They had a big screen TV with ...
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