Travelodge Cedar City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... an apartment. A special SHOUTOUT goes to Shayney, who has been our anchor and helping run this ship from home base.
By the way, we only have six license plates to see to complete all of them. The big score was the District of Columbia, which is one of the hardest to find. But there it was, zipping through one of the canyons outside of Vail. Big high-five!
Will be keeping you posted as we get ...
Got away nice and early, 6:45 am. It started out quite cool, 4 degrees but warmed quite quickly, By 10 o'clock it was in the high teens and sunny. Relatively uneventful ride. The weird thing was that it is the Friday before the memorial day weekend and there is no traffic, I mean no traffic. I could drive for 30 minutes without coming up on a car or having one pass men. Then I ...
... of other bikers on the road, heading for Sturgis which starts on Monday. There was a large military group here at the hotel, not long after we arrived and checked in.
We had a late lunch in an Asian buffet house with everything from all cultures you could imagine for the princely sum of $8.99 each.
Stopped and checked out the local Pawn shop - there was guns galore and a mirade ...
We drove to pick up Savannah at the Las Vegas airport then to eat at a Tex Mex place in Boulder City. We went to Hoover Dam. It was about 104 degrees but felt hotter with all the concrete and rock walls to radiate the heat. We took the power plant tour and went to the bottom of the ...
... used his foot to stop slipping on the smooth wall. My next move was to stand on his toe, by accident, to a canyon filling scream. I had the giggles and nearly slipped into the water.
I love slot canyons…but bloody hell was this one narrow! So narrow that Lyn did in fact, get wedged in at one point! He went first and came across a chock stone wedged between the canyon walls, with a gap underneath it. He opted for going under it! Big mistake! Huge! ...