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... there, we would run into some obstacle, a private road, a dead end or a detour. When I got back to the motorhome, I was hard pressed to find directions, until I found the directions below.
Directions: Take Exit 260 ( I-15) at Springville (southernmost of 2 exits) , and go west on UT 77 (4000 South). After a little over 4 miles, you'll come to a T in the road -- turn right and cross the bridge over ...
Forty One Years, that's a long time!! Starting the day off with Mimosas with fresh peaches, then tee time @ 11:00. Great course, Hobble Creek GC, nestled In a canyon, surrounded by mountains, dinner of grilled filets, fresh zucchini & corn on the cob, and of course a good ...
... on Saturdays, explore churches in the afternoon.
Sunday, May 12th - TESFA community trek
Monday, May 13th - TESFA community trek
Tuesday, May 14th - TESFA community trek
Wednesday, May 15th - fly to Harar (Dire Diwa) via Addis
Thursday, May 16th - day in Harar, wild hyena feeding at night
Friday, May 17th - fly am from Dire Diwa to Addis to Arba Minch
Saturday, May 18th omo tour day 1
Sunday, May 19th - omo tour day 2
Monday, May 20th - ...
... collected a bunch of wood and thatch from near my site and started a nice, warm fire. The temperature was dropping quickly so this fire was for my food and warmth. I cooked more oatmeal, which I had been living on these past few days to some extent. Afterwards, while the sun was still up, I read and looked at maps at the picnic table.
Well the temperature kept dropping that night. I think it might have been under 35 or 30 degrees. I slept in almost all my clothes and with my ...
... we passed a sign that mentioned a town with a population of one, we didn't know if we read it right. Of course, we stopped at the next exit and, sure enough, the sign was correct. Buford, with a grand population of one resident, is the least-populated town in the United States of America. We made the census three, though that lasted for a whole five minutes.
In Laramie, a town situated above 7,000 feet, we stopped off to get a glance of the University ...