Sleep Inn Provo

1505 South 40 East, Provo, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84606, United States | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Provo

Several Guidelines on Crane Rigging

A travel blog entry by josephleo8

... tools for a successful completion of the job but it is considered as the most dangerous equipment on the construction site. You must reach to the decision whether to use chains or ropes before starting any job. For a bulkier freight chains are only recommended if it is required to deliver the cargo covering a small distance. It is not recommended to use chains for longer route because they are less steady than rope. That is why it is advised ...

Random thoughts from Utah

A travel blog entry by gaduzabe


... won't fit when we have just bought groceries. Things we did not need to pack: - Zach's 12 books. Though in his defense he has been driving a lot more than originally planned. Best things so far as we are almost at the halfway point. All - Seeing friends again Gary - Seeing the countryside change, especially the Rockies emerging on the horizon over the Great Plains. Best sights: Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and Transfiguration Church at Grand Tetons. Dulcey - Badlands is ...

Through the Salt Lake valley

A travel blog entry by peppz


... I shed layers of clothing and ended up with just a t-shirt and shorts again. I met some other cyclists who were riding far into the desert through some road which looked like a dead-end on the map. I considered going but, realizing that Provo, my next destination was still several miles away, backed off the idea. Started to see signs of a metro area again as I approached the small city of Orem.
I passed through an industrial area on Geneva Road- isolated on this ...

Utah is burning

A travel blog entry by winegalcj


... 8217;t know if we could handle the smoke and ash and wondered where else we could go.

Fortunately for us, but unfortunately for others, the winds cleared the skies and within a few hours the beautiful La Sal mountain range came back into view. We would stay.

Utah Lake is technically in Provo, but it is closer to the central business district of Orem. It feels odd to be in a "proper" city, and more than a little intimidating to be ...

Provo, my how you've grown in 50 years!

A travel blog entry by pyoots


... lived in Wyoming, I had the pleasure of attending a Wyoming BYU football game and it was little sleepy town in 1962. Oh, how it has grown! Generator is fixed, motor home all buttoned up for travel, and we are headed for the Moab UT area to view Arches National Park. We are heading for FL by way of the West and enjoying every moment of it. Enjoy the pictures of Provo and Salt Lake City and see you in ...

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