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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
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- Drove for two hours and got gas in Ephraim at AMPM for $21.73 around 8:00
- Arrived at Manti la Sal National forest where i went on an all day hike and had a picnic on the trail
- Parking was $25 and park entry is $12
- I left early because my stomach started hurting
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On Thursday, Setember 18th we headed south, back into Utah again. Our next destination was Maple Canyon, but the campsite there was booked up until the Saturday, so we decided to treat ourselves to a couple of nights in a motel in Nephi - which turned out not to be the most lively town we've stayed in.
We'd made the mistake of not stocking up on beer before we left Idaho - forgetting that in Utah you ...
... South Carolina granddaughter, Ashton Victoria Conner, turned 18 today! Go Ashton!! Serendipitously, she also got the news in today's mail that she as been awarded yet another teaching scholarship to The University of South Carolina! With this one, if she does as we all know she is capable of doing, will hopefully help to insure that when she graduates with a degree in teaching she will come out it it debt free! Yay Ashie!!! Love you loads little one! We drove 133 miles ...
... Also, since we carry our home with us, we can really stay wherever we need to. Through our drive, we are enjoying great views of varied landscapes, colorful rock formations, prairies, valleys with huge farms and hundreds of Angus and horses, and mountains. We have reached heights of over 3000 meters and it has even snowed. For days, we have not seen neither Starbucks nor McDonald's. In fact, what we are finding everywhere ...
... in which most of the arches form, and the buff-colored Navajo Sandstone. These are visible in layer cake fashion throughout most of the park. Over time, water seeped into the surface cracks, joints, and folds of these layers. Ice formed in the fissures, expanding and putting pressure on surrounding rock, breaking off bits and pieces. Winds later cleaned out the loose particles. A series of free-standing fins remained. Wind and water attacked these fins until, in some, the ...