Sleep Inn Provo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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13 adults. 13 children. 3 countries and 10 internal flights. Are we crazy? Perhaps. But we're the good kind of crazy. This will be Henri's first taste of international travel, with much more to come. We are traveling with a few new gadgets: a stroller, baby bjorn, portable baby bed. Having kids may well slow us down one day. But today is not that day.
Friday, 18 July: ...
... into a carpark...no one saw....only the man sat outside the takeaway... We stumbled across fossil national monument.....thousand of fossils from a large sea that was... You can dig up your own fossil for ten dollars. I'm sure there's a joke somewhere. Off to the desert tomorrow, but a few thunderstorms are popping up....just avoided one today that was chasing ...
Yesterday, just incase you were looking, you could find me and my bike in a heap by the side of the road. I wasn't in a bike accident. I had stopped to adjust my gps when my legs collapsed dropping me into a leafless rose bush. I could smell the earthy mud that now coated my right leg and dozens of little thorns pricked me every move I made. To make things worse my legs seemed to be completely ...
... 8217;t a great football team before the ole pirate captain anchored his ship in the south plains, but it certainly wasn’t a bad one either.
Washington State, on the other hand, is a very bad team, and it showed in an embarrassing season opening loss on the road at Brigham Young Thursday night, 30-6.
Leach, who was hired in December to bring his high-scoring pass-happy offense to Washington State, will have a much tougher time turning his ...
... 8221; along with pictures. I’m just a little lovebird; by I think that anybody who needs that level of instruction should not be allowed to manage a bird.
Our campsite is totally boring as is the lake, unless you have a boat, which we do not. However we do have company, feathered and non-feathered. There are at least 50 girls here of various ages who have been relocated to the lake because their camps were evacuated due to the fires. If ...