Budget Motel

Address: 75 South 350 East, Delta, Utah, 84624, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 75 South 350 East, Delta, is near U-Dig Fossils.
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      Manti la Sal national forest

      A travel blog entry by mcclain on Nov 28, 2014

      • Drove for two hours and got gas in Ephraim at AMPM for $21.73 around 8:00
      • Arrived at Manti la Sal National forest where i went on an all day hike and had a picnic on the trail
      • Parking was $25 and park entry is $12
      • After my hike I headed out to spring creak 244 miles away to get gas, eat, and sleep for ...

      Heading East. Crossed into Utah.

      A travel blog entry by aley48 on Aug 28, 2014

      3 comments, 16 photos

      ... than the other towns along US 50, with the discovery of copper in 1906. This made Ely a mining town, suffering through the boom-and-bust cycles so common in the West. Originally, Ely was home to a number of copper mining companies, Kennecott being the most famous. With a crash in the copper market in the mid 1970s, Kennecott shut down and copper mining disappeared (temporarily).
      With the advent ...

      Day 41/42 Rock & Roll

      A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Sep 27, 2013

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... of this place? Well, we are looking for fossils. Yes. After many days looking at rocks, learning about the episodes of the formation of the earth, erosion and other geological phenomena, we are now greatly interested in stones. (Well, Ariana said she likes stones as long as there is something shinny inside!) it is at Bryce Canyon City where we saw an amazing Rock Store. We had never seen so many rocks, minerals and ...

      4 Corners and beyond

      A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jul 27, 2013

      1 comment, 125 photos

      ... thousands of feet thick in places, and was deposited in the Paradox Basin of the Colorado Plateau some 300 million years ago when a sea flowed into the region and eventually evaporated. Over millions of years, the salt bed was covered with debris eroded from the Uncompahgre Uplift to the northeast. During the Early Jurassic desert conditions prevailed in the region and the vast Navajo Sandstone was deposited. An additional sequence of stream laid and windblown sediments, the ...

      Arose Such A Clatter!

      A travel blog entry by jen.greening on Jul 25, 2013

      7 photos

      ... trying to diagnose the problem. It was less than fun.

      Steve found an off-ramp and quickly exited, parking on the shoulder of the road in the dirt. Chris was still moaning from the rear if the car. I got out to help keep the dogs contained. When I opened the door, Chris yelled to get out of the way and leaped out of the car. A total crazy person was on the loose! H e was in such an inconsolable state that he just kept going then tripped ...