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- High-speed internet in room
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- Non-smoking rooms
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We farewelled our comfy unit near Jackson and headed south. For the first part of the journey we followed the fast flowing Hoback and Green Rivers as they passed between tall snow capped mountains. For the next 100 kms, we drove across a tree-less plateau, passing very few other vehicles. At Evanston we hit the freeway heading for Salt Lake City and a change of pace. We had not realised the number ...
... know, I know, stereotyping but let’s be honest.
I decide what the hell, I'm at Four Corners, I'm going to pull in again and take a closer look at the wares! The stop is worth it. As soon as I pull in, the only place to park my bike is right next to three guys on Harleys. They are riding two motorcycles and one three wheeler. Two of the guys look like they are straight off the farm in coveralls and the lingo. We talk for a while as they ...
... we saw our moose - it crossed the road in front of us in the Uinta Mountains (the only mountains in the Us that run east/west not north/south).
A recent highlight was catching up with Joyce & Alistair "Dresden", Kiwi yachties who live not far from us in Whangaparaoa, and who have bought an RV here & done much the same route as us. Lots to talk about of ...
... most of Nevada and Utah, it has been mostly flat, desert land and the train maintains a speed of about 80 mph. Soon we will hit Colorado and through most of the Rockies, which is most of the state, the train has to go about 30 mph on the turns and climbs. We will be in Colorado almost the entire day today and then it will flatten out and we will make better time through Nebraska and Iowa tomorrow.
... were attacked in 3rd gear, hazards flashing away like beacons in the night. After a couple of breakdowns on the way ( replaced the fuel line and fuel pump again) , we were able to hit the trails. Tristan headed out as if shot out of a cannon. We were so happy to be there. We rode the North trail which meanders up the desert plain to the hills beyond. After an hour of peddling, we were spent. The altitude is about 4200 feet so the air is a bit thin. When we headed back towards ...