Lodge at Stillwater
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... soda was $200.
After about two hours, our mechanic Eduardo came to take us for a test drive. He couldn't figure out the shifting problem so he wanted to ride with us so we could show him what we were experiencing. He zoomed up a Salt Lake City hill to simulate us going up a steep mountain highway. I knew Victor was in the back seat wondering why I wasn't telling Eduardo how to drive the way I tell him how to drive. We returned to the shop without ...
... tents and happy locals buying and selling. We stocked up on fresh salad fixings, sweet cherries, blueberries, cheese and buffalo salame with visions of a gourmet meal later at our next campsite in Utah. We headed on down the road with hopes of arriving at the Mountain Valley RV Resort in the early afternoon. Two hours in, Victor was driving and sounded the alarm. The low tire pressure indicator light had popped on. Though we have had false readings in ...
... t happy to have us coming near and did a bit of "singing" to let us know. I did a short video, but they had quieted down by then. They are quite beautiful. We saw hundreds of them in 2012 near Willcox, Arizona. How these two got here and why they stay is a mystery, but a joy to see.
Tomorrow we'll try to find a few Geocaches if the weather cooperates. We had just enough rain today to clean off most of the bugs near the ...
... It was a drastic change in scenery. The ground was flat, and I mean flat. It was smooth and white, very white. This is all we could see for miles. The glaring sun made the desert shimmer and it looked like water. In fact, there was surface water on the ground from the recent rains.
I saw on the map that the Bonneville Speedway was nearby, and of course John was excited about that. We drove down the road and saw a bunch of RVs ...
... tubes and just floating along. At the end of town
there was a complex of pools with three high dives (10’, 20’ and 30’), water tube
slides and and indoor pool with rock climbing. The kids were in
heaven. There was more ink at this place than used to print the NYT each
day even though their circulation is down to 125,000. The guy with
tattoos all over his face took the award however. After three hours ...