Days Inn Clearfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... be seen in the lake level, we had to walk for over ten minutes from the shore line to the edge of the water. This part of the lake is very shallow and so part of the area over which we walked was still muddy. We arrived around 1:30 at our campground, “Pony Express RV Resort” in North Salt Lake, where we will be staying for the next week.
A month to Europe can be done with one carryon.... Yes one! Packing with room to spare for shopping and gifts in the most crafty manor. I'll be illustrating how to pack for kids and adults for such an excursion and you will be surprised that half of what we normally pack is never worn. With this method, you pack only what is needed and make traveling through Europe so much easier...so pack it up and carryon! ...
... in want. Our friends and family sent food, paid for house cleaning, and flew here to take care of Tara after surgeries and procedures. Tara kept her spirits up but continuing our weekend trips. After chemo treatments we would take trips and go hiking. Throughout Tara' s whole treatment she only took 4 sick days. Her doctors told her that most people gain weight because of the large doses of steroids, so Tara worked out and lost 40 pounds (I lost 30). So after chemo, surgeries, ...
... tourists coffee? Hurry, before they capture us!
Another stop at Wallmart, more fruit and drinks.
Last time I was in the US I went to a gun range in Las Vegas and shot a couple weapons. They had one of those "tourist packs" that would get you ammo for a couple different weapons for the low price of $99. I shot a shotgun, a machine gun and something else I don't remember. They even gave me an extra couple of bullets because of my name. I always regretted ...
Driving thru southern Idaho and northern Utah is getting boring after the 3rd. time. It's a lot of open space and not much except ranches and sage brush. Our first passport stamp on this trip was the Golden Spike national historic park at Promontory (out in the middle of nowhere). Last stop here, we had just missed seeing the locomotives run by a day. ...