Super 8 Motel Provo BYU Orem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> Saturday, 19 July: travel day
Sunday, 20 July: arrive in Jakarta, Indonesia
Monday, 21 July: day in Jakarta
Tuesday, 22 July: humanitarian project/reunion dinner & Henri's baby blessing
Wednesday, 23 July: fly Jakarta to Yogjakarta. Tour Prambanan Temple/Plaosan Temple
Thursday, 24 July: Borobudo, Yogja and Malioboro. PM fly to Bali
Day 9 Summary:
Ouray CO to Provo Utah "The Tire & Fuel Economy Run'
miles driven 388 cumulative 3420
weather- 70s at the start 95 to 100 after noon
With very little front tire tread left I rode with extra care not to corner hard (especially left handers) and my speed was usually at or UNDER the speed limit. I also checked the tire every 50 miles to be on the lookout for signs of imminent doom. It was Sunday so I knew ...
Finally signed papers today. It's like closing on a house. Lots of papers, signatures, and money changing hands. Spent about fours over at the NICU this morning. The nurse on duty is very chatty. The doctor we didn't like last time is on duty until Friday, but he was OK today. The nurse said he seemed to be in a good mood evidenced by him bringing sweet rolls in for the staff. But Debbie, the nurse, prefers bagels and donuts ...
... into a winner.
The Cougars, once a proud football program that had three straight 10-win seasons from 2001 to 2003, has fallen on hard times more recently and must be dug out of the cellar of the PAC-12.
During the four-year tenure of previous head coach Paul Wolff, WAZZU had a miserable 9-40 record and was 4-32 in conference play.
The mountain Leach must carry his team up in Pullman is much steeper than the plains he looked up to ...
... Europe where I could live. Which is great! I've lived my entire life in Salt Lake (minus a summer stint in Seattle). Before my trip I didn't have much experience in other places. The thought of being outside the US was frightening, mostly because it's just so foreign to me. It definitely has opened my eyes to other places and cultures. Maybe this will influence me to spread my wings and fly... I now have the confidence to ...