Days Inn Clearfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and had an awesome dinner with Rick our bus driver and Lindsey and Rachel. We had another huge day tomorrow we were headed to the Badlands and Mt Rushmore. We were up really early today and on the bus by 715am. We drove through the Badlands it was like driving through the Old Wild West and we stopped at a few visitors centres and learnt about the actual writer of the Little House on the Prairie - Laura Ingalls Wilder. We also learnt about the ...
... that we stayed in was very comfortable and a nice change after a few days of camping. We woke up and had breakfast, and the kids got to play in the swimming pool for some time.Tanvee and Tejas have been very good readers on this road trip. Tanvee has been reading the rescue princess series while Tejas is enjoying the Harry potter series. Of course Tanvee wanted to read all the rescue princesses in a order. ...
... less than a fish or turtle that can. But then on the other hand neither the turtle nor the fish can fly. God makes each of us special and gives us different talents. It is our responsibility to utilize our talents and be thankful for them. Because we were talking about talents we went around the car and told each person what gifts we thought they had. Each of has different abilities and gifts. We ...
With a sadness we left Yellowstone around 9.30am and headed out on a new chapter on our trip.
highlight of a wet departure was sighting an osprey landing on an old dead tree overlooking the Yellowstone river.
our trip to SLC took in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and Utah so now have notched up our 16th state!
we have now driven over 3000 miles so far.
it was a pretty uneventful journey heading down ...
... Angeles, they donated it to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with the intent that it be used as an official residence for President Heber J. Grant. President Grant did not like the idea of living in such an ornate residence, and so decided to turn it into a Music School. It was used as the McCune School of Music until 1963 when it became the Brigham Young University Salt Lake City Center which moved to a new location in Salt Lake City. In 1975 the LDS Church ...