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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... U.S. Cavalry who were under orders to move the Indians onto a reservation).
Doesn't get much better - no traffic, no stop lights, no people - just cruising past magnificent mountain scenery and rivers astride your 'Iron horse' with only the sound of the wind and the growl of a 110 cu.in. V twin. Total freedom. Makes you glad to be alive.......
... These drives are part of our relationship's history and has always made us closer. We solve problems together, we grunt together, we see new, wonderful things. We have secret favorite places thousands of miles from home. And today we woke up in one of them for the second morning in a row: Mammoth Campground. We woke up to clear weather. I must admit I slept miserably. The drizzling rain abd winds and my imagination and babbling foreign languages from other campers kept me ...
... Canyon is just stunning. Impossible to describe how smart it is. None of the pictures do it justice. After sunrise we drove round the rim of the canyon to see the sights, then headed off for an American breakfast of eggs over easy, bacon, toast and hash browns! Yummy! To appease the conscience we then went a three hour walk down to the canyon floor past all these ...
... the new body styles. It was pretty slick looking. We piled everything in the truck and laid in our course for Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Major and I were really hungry and all of us were thirsty so we stopped on the way out of Salt Lake City in a little suburb called Centerville. We thought we were going to a McDonald's for Major, but luck had it that there was an In and Out Burger right there by the McDonald's. I just love that place and we all ...
Our next stop was Big Cottonwood canyon
just west of Salt Lake City to visit my cousin Shaun and his wife
Barb. Shaun works up Little Cottonwood canyon at Snowbird Ski Resort
so we went up for a tour and had a chance for the kids to play on the
rides. They bounced on a trampoline, rode the alpine slide and took
the tram up to the summit. Both ...