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... 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.
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... with the house so we rented a small U-Haul trailer and stuck it to the back of the Equinox and away I went. When I arrived in SLC I was amazed by the mountains, the people and the cleanliness. My amazement ended however when I arrived at where I would be staying. I spent the next month living in the attic of a hostel sharing a bathroom, kitchen, and fridge with 8 other guys and 1 cat. I was so happy when Tara arrived and we moved into our beautiful condo on the third ...
... mid 30s, but I was more used to these kind of conditions on my second night, and slept very comfortably in my tent and sleeping bag. Again, I quickly packed up my possessions and put them in my backpack and headed out, now wearing pretty much all the clothing I possessed - about two layers of regular t-shirts, a long-sleeved t-shirt, a sweater and a jacket and then pants on top of my shorts. I headed out back onto Geneva Road to reach up with State Route 189, which would take me ...
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