University Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... We are staying at the Golden Spike RV Park. It is a small, clean, older park with paved streets and cement or gravel pads with grass between sites. The only drawback is that roosters are running around, and they have horse corrals and barns next to us. Really can't complain too much as there are not very many campgrounds around this part of the state.
... Kendall and I went on our one year anniversary. I’m firmly in its clutches, and smile as mad as a hatter as it squeezes. Gold and green fields coated the hillock earth as we made our way to the border; above us, tire-treaded clouds stretched towards a dormant volcano with a halo of thicker clouds encircling its peak. In the center of the halo was a clearing as though a hole had blown through the sky and never quite recovered its original form. Once we passed Pocatello, ...
We drove into Brigham City and there were a lot of fireworks around us. Apparently it was a local holiday, Pioneer Day. The next day, ZACH'S BIRTHDAY, we strolled around Temple Square in Salt Lake City and listened to a tabernacle organ concert. Then we headed to Canyonlands. Zach's birthday dinner was a can of baked beans at our campsite. ...
... October 18th
We had breakfast in the Harris unit this morning and were on the road shortly afterwards. Another beautiful sunny day around 23 o. It was only a couple of hours driving today and we were sure Jim appreciated this. He is such a good and careful driver and we have been able to relax completely with him at the wheel.
Through a smaller canyon called Red Canyon then into some very pretty valleys and small villages, especially Greendale ...
... I hung out on the Navajo reservation, boat-camped on Lake Powell, and hiked parts of National Monument national park. All of it magic. But this trip has been sort of extra-magical, even for Utah. From that first night driving down route 21 (best road ever) to watching the sun set tonight over the mountains around Salt Lake (magic! plus crystal-covered tabernacles!) it's really just one stunning vista after another, one color ...