Days Inn - Provo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Nor Cal. I am so excited. To be honest, there was maybe 3 percent of my inner self that was nervous. What if we get sick of each other even on the way to Utah?(which is technically ridiculous because we are the couple that would spend almost four hours researching French castles and Philippine islands to "live on") We love each other! I quickly had that slight fear tucked away. Above all he is my best friend. My best friend that I just ...
... won't fit when we have just bought groceries. Things we did not need to pack: - Zach's 12 books. Though in his defense he has been driving a lot more than originally planned. Best things so far as we are almost at the halfway point. All - Seeing friends again Gary - Seeing the countryside change, especially the Rockies emerging on the horizon over the Great Plains. Best sights: Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and Transfiguration Church at Grand Tetons. Dulcey - Badlands is ...
... I shed layers of clothing and ended up with just a t-shirt and shorts again. I met some other cyclists who were riding far into the desert through some road which looked like a dead-end on the map. I considered going but, realizing that Provo, my next destination was still several miles away, backed off the idea. Started to see signs of a metro area again as I approached the small city of Orem.
I passed through an industrial area on Geneva Road- isolated on this ...
... as of then (which was Thursday). High winds and low, low humidity did not help one bit. By the time we reached Soldier’s Summit at 7500 feet, white and black ash started floating by – like an evil snow flurry.
We arrived in the Orem/Provo area around 2pm and by the time we docked at our campsite at Utah Lake the mountain peaks that usually dominated the view were completely obscured. Ash continued to float in the breeze. We ...
... and angels.
I walked through heaven and hell, saw angels and demons, and discovered the good and bad in myself. Through all this madness, I never regret any decisions I made or hold any grudges to the pain others have caused me. I have learned ...