Days Inn Clearfield
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... so we were glad that she suggested it.
We got back to the campground around 3:15, rode bikes for a while, and are ready for happy hour and grilling out.
We are on our way to Park City, Utah tomorrow. (Anne, thanks for the suggestion. It looks awesome.) Then, back to Salt Lake City by Saturday to explore the city and meet our kids at the airport.
... times now, and each time, it's been pure magic. I came the first time by train, sitting in a viewing car at 5am because I couldn't sleep, and then dawn happened and I thought: wow. Just, wow. But, like, religious experience wow. A few years later a search for a gas station in the desert brought us over the border into Utah. I bought a hat, and painted it blue and embroidered it with glitter, because that's how magical Utah ...
... to ignore most of them. We took less and less pictures. Oh, and yes, the meltdowns. Praying that the twins would hold off became a daily ritual. On our second to the last day we would have been in Kentucky (VA border so near) the nagging would not leave. We were exhausted. It was hot. 70 plus miles into the day. 8 miles out of a town, Scotts rear tire (the new one we put on somewhere in Missouri) split the sidewall treads. And Scott loves to fly down the ...
... riding. Nothing very eventful about these places. All I wanted to do was keep riding. I thought I might check out that big copper mine southwest of SLC I had heard about. I think it was called the Kennecott Copper Mine. Supposed to be the biggest open pit mine in the US or the world, I can't remember exactly. So I started riding towards that. Eventually I got onto some very busy highway, which had an extremely small shoulder. It was littered with glass and other ...
... surrounding all of the buildings too. After a while, we got a little uncomfortable being fenced into the compound and made our way back to the RV. Jen and Jared kindly dropped us at the airport, and we headed to Phoenix to catch a connection to Philadelphia. Unfortunately, we couldn’t land because of dust storms, so we went to Vegas first (no, we didn’t get to get off the plane and play ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking