Lodge at Stillwater
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... the salt flats on the side of the road. We pulled in and asked where the speedway was and what the heck were all of these people doing parked on the salt flats. Apparently, you are allowed to just park there for the night and many of the racers were doing that.
We drove down the road to the speedway and the road ended. There was a tent set up and a lot of people parked on the side of the road. In the distance we could see ...
... to North Ogden to visit the George S Eccles Dinosaur Park. There is a museum of sorts but the main attraction is the 54 life size dinosaurs dotted around the park. Ryan was in his element taking photos here, there and everywhere. It was hot! Everyone over the age of 10 years found the park interesting for the first 5 or saw dinosaurs but were soon over it. Not to spoil Ryan's fun, we stayed until he had had his ...
... staying there. The phone then called back and told me to step back outside.... Oook. Then the dude was like go back and collect your bags before coming to the entrance and calling again. Did that, to then just be told to leave... what the ****! The hostel wasn't even full, but apparently worked on a reservation policy only. Asked if I could therefore just reserve a room, and basically got greeted with a reaction as if I'd asked him to wipe my ****. Fine. Asked if there ...
... forged instead of cast. The spike was ordered on May 5, 1869 by Railroad Commissioner and candidate for Governor of the new State of Nevada, Mr. F. A. Tritle. Virgina City assayers E. Ruhling & Co. provided 25 ounces of silver which Robert Lodge of the Dowling Blacksmith
Shop forged into a rather rough, unpolished, 6-inch long, 10 1/2 ounce spike bearing only the assayers stamp. The spike was rushed twenty miles to Reno, barely in time to be given ...
... over the mountains, into the town of Heber, where I planned to stay that night. It was again a little confusing getting to 189, as there was road construction and such, a couple of dead ends, but I was able to find it without much difficulty.
Provo is a fairly spread out city, also surrounded by mountains, like Salt Lake City. After climbing uphill on my bike a few times, I started shedding more and more of my layers of clothing, and the temperature again started to rise. ...