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... I was ready to go within a couple of hours. However, one of the maintenance items was a system software update which had the side effect of resetting all my trip odometers…good thing I’ve been taking those end of day odometer reading photos. Looks like today is “software update reset” day. I had not made any particular plans for the Salt Lake City area for today given ...
... at another Dubya store parking lot. I needed some meds for an skin allergy outbreak, and picked them up there.
We only had about fifteen miles left to get to Utah Lake State Park. This place is very nice with only a few rigs camping here. It got into the mid-seventies or so and we're more than comfortable. A nice breeze is moving through Shorty, so we don't need ...
... into the backfield and wracking havoc, never allowing Tuel to get comfortable in the pocket.
The secondary did a phenomenal job of preventing Washington State’s receivers from getting open downfield. Tuel was constantly forced to check down, and when he did, the swarming Mormons tackled the receivers before they could get any quality yards after the catch.
BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall – who also serves as the ...
... as they said they were 13ft 6inches and our RV has a big sticker on the windshield stating it is 13ft. Anyway, we decided either the RV company or the road signs are fibbing as there was plenty of headroom as long as you go through the middle. I think Mark was a little too blasé on the way back though as we went through much faster and I nearly had palpitations when the wing mirror on my side, which sticks out a long way, whistled past the rock edge. I found ...
... and angels.
I walked through heaven and hell, saw angels and demons, and discovered the good and bad in myself. Through all this madness, I never regret any decisions I made or hold any grudges to the pain others have caused me. I have learned ...
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