The Pavilion Inn
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Drove the stretch of roads from Durango, CO across to Four Corners (r491, r160) and stopped by at Mesa Verde National Park. The Cliff Dwellings were amazing, just so impressive what remains of the old structures and had a Park ranger to answer questions and give information, this was fantastic! I recommend this to anyone passing through, although …
... we were first to get service. By noon we were on the road again.
The down time gave us a chance to take the drive from Provo to Heber City via the Alpine Loop.
The next day we went from alpine trees to desert. We drove the Desert Ramble loop. It took us around Tooele Army Depot. I wanted to go to a PX so I drove up to the ...
... down, it was going to come together, and I had butterfly closures in our first aid kit. After going through the torture of getting stitches in his chin a few weeks earlier only to have him pull them out the next day, I wasn't enamored of the idea of going through that again if it wasn't absolutely necessary.
After that practically everybody on the train knew who we were and the other passengers kept asking about D for the rest ...
... Pretty much all the pics of SLC are of the concert, but that's cause there's nothing else! Left the gig around 11 on Saturday night to discover no transport available so had to walk about 6 miles back, where it took about 2 hours just to find a fast food place open (can always rely on the Mexicans!) Again got lost, so don't think arrived back at the house til about 3am - one thing I had noticed on the walk back was a lot of strip clubs which I thought weird for the place ...
... years to build, is completely separate from the tabernacle. The cathedral is not open to anyone outside of the faith and very few Mormons themselves are allowed. There is, however, a model of this incredible structure that explains what each of the rooms is used for. Intriguing stuff. Also in this visitor center are computers that can be used for ancestry research. We looked up folks on both ...
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