Days Inn Beaver
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Beaver
... and five or six magpies with their black and white wings swooping in the air currents. Our traveling gypsy show is carving this country up, like the sword of Achilles in that astounding, ancient poem. And we’ve only gone through the first couple of sections. Plot twists, dream sequences and full-speed adrenaline still patiently awaits our arrival in abundance.
Lizzie & Charlie’s RV Park isn’t much on superficiality, but no one comes here for pretty ...
... unnoticed had we not been on bikes. Sometimes we would just revel in the moment, taking it all in through our senses. Eventually we saw a lake/reservoir and figured we were close to our next turn-off. Feelings of excitement started to build as we began to anticipate the change in direction after hours of one directional and seemingly straight road riding. However, our destination for that day was another 11 miles away. At that stage we were already dreaming of ...
... We ended up on some curvy mountain roads and I was not sure I was going to get us out of there alive. But I did! Yippee, we get to see tomorrow! Day two was quite the success. Can't wait to see what tomorrow brings! Tim: When I was a kid one of my favorite things to pretend was "motorhome." I had a toy that was a front dash of car and a steering wheel (it really was a toy, not something my dad put together in the garage). I and some of the other Kurt St kids would pretend that ...
... by purple mountains and the bluest sky. We didn't see another car for two hours - so long that we picked our favorite valley and played in the middle of the road for a while. We had the whole valley, as far as the eye could see in every direction, all to ourselves. And the next valley - and the next - interrupted only by straight, wild shots of road, where the speed limit signs had been covered over. ...
... restaurant, we decided to try a THIRD place Chad found on his phone. We jumped back on the freeway and drove to that one which turned out to be closed, so we decided to eat at Winger's, simply because a Yelp reviewer called it, "Hooters...for Mormons."
The food was delicious, and after filling our bellies, we hopped back on the road for Beaver. Along the way we counted horses and churches. I also took pictures of the amazing sunset while listening to Jack ...