BEST WESTERN PLUS Driftwood Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... had lunch with an older couple from Houston. Nice people full-timing, work-camping their way south to winter somewhere in Arizona. They told us about an RV camp in central Utah, where we can go gunning directly from the campsite onto the 4-Wheeler trails. We’ve booked it.
A few days later you could find us skimming the spines in bookstores again, crooking our necks this way and that like flamingoes eyeing the most tantalizing of crustaceans. Kendall has reached reading a ...
... 5:30 pm, so traffic was heavier. As heavy as it probably gets in Idaho Falls! Our “staff” had gotten a motel on the north end of town, and had given good directions, so soon we were at our destination point. The motel had a pool – a slightly green pool – but it was just the right temperature to be pleasant and refreshing after the day’s ride. We had dinner at Famous Dave’s BBQ. I ...
... of years ago, from Yellowstone no doubt.
We finally connected with Meg Lowell Sommers by phone, of course it was all about the limited cell service and Meg working the park when it opened. We caught up and I promised to give her more warning next time.
Beautiful night tonight. We did even need the rain fly, not a cloud in the sky. We will be seeing stars ...
... least. Major and I decided that we'd take the first class seats on the short flight from Austin to Dallas and then we'd let Mom and Dad have the first class seats on the flight from DFW to Salt Lake City. We made it through airport security without incident. Dad has this habit of wearing his suspenders underneath his shirt so that always causes a bit of a problem with the TSA. Nonetheless, this time it was not a problem and they seemed to handle it ...
... salt factory. It was so
flat as far as the eye could see. Flat and hot! The road ahead looked like a
mirror. Just as we thought we were lost, I spotted a sign for the Bonneville
Speedway, this is where the land speed records are set and where Richard
Hammond crashed. It turns out if we'd come a couple of days later we ...