Provo SpringHill Suites by Marriott
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... it feels good to have a man by your side. I feel safe, loved, and taken care of. He is truly wonderful. ANYWAY- sorry back on track. Detour, we decided to go straight to Provo because camping out near Zion would've been like camping inside a hair dryer. The outside air was a high 104 and it wasn't going to get any cooler than that. Thankfully, Tom's aunt is letting us stay for the night in their basement. As we pulled up to her house at ...
... longer route that would have enabled us to stop at the Golden Spike National Historic site commemorating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. Given our late start we needed to drive straight through. We ended up at a very nice KOA in Fillmore, UT, a few hours from Bryce. The photos show a few of the sights along the way. As this is a short blog entry we thought we'd include some random notes for our journey. Things forgotten/should have brought: - A good ...
... She's such a little brat, but she's so cute! It's a paradox. As we drove away from Hebert City and got closer to our final destination, Steve pointed out roadside attractions including the Deer Creek Reservoir, Bridal Veil Falls, Provo River, and Utah Lake. It was a challenge to get photos while traveling along the freeway, but I sure did! Chris always makes fun of me for my fervent documentation of our outings, but I love pictures. ...
... pebble bathroom floor, which I really think is cool. Landscaping was really nice also. Her father was into making items and he did a great job, knives, painted antlers, holders and jewelry.....very talented man. We went out to Buffalo Wild Wings, always great food, watched some extreme sport segments and talked. Back at Jeff's house, we sealed the seams on his Hubba-Hubba tent. Then time to crash ...
... there, take the bones out and leave most of the drying meat there. He said he might make several trips back and forth for this one hunt. Regarding dangerous animals, he told me the ones he was most afraid of were moose, although he's never been attacked by one. They have been known to charge at people. He said he recently saw some mountain lions, although he thinks they didn't spot him. The trail is fairly casual, and along the way I did see some other people, including one jogger ...