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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13 adults. 13 children. 3 countries and 10 internal flights. Are we crazy? Perhaps. But we're the good kind of crazy. This will be Henri's first taste of international travel, with much more to come. We are traveling with a few new gadgets: a stroller, baby bjorn, portable baby bed. Having kids may well slow us down one day. But today is not that day.
Friday, 18 July: ...
Day 9 Summary:
Ouray CO to Provo Utah "The Tire & Fuel Economy Run'
miles driven 388 cumulative 3420
weather- 70s at the start 95 to 100 after noon
With very little front tire tread left I rode with extra care not to corner hard (especially left handers) and my speed was usually at or UNDER the speed limit. I also checked the tire every 50 miles to be on the lookout for signs of imminent doom. It was Sunday so I knew ...
... into a winner.
The Cougars, once a proud football program that had three straight 10-win seasons from 2001 to 2003, has fallen on hard times more recently and must be dug out of the cellar of the PAC-12.
During the four-year tenure of previous head coach Paul Wolff, WAZZU had a miserable 9-40 record and was 4-32 in conference play.
The mountain Leach must carry his team up in Pullman is much steeper than the plains he looked up to ...
... squawking birds can be annoying, try the constant squeals of little girls. But they love me, so I forgive them. We also have a birds nest in our picnic table shade structure and a momma bird comes and goes overseeing her un-hatched eggs.
Overall our stay here has not been that bad – we’ve been able to catch up on some long standing retail therapy and eat out on several occasions. Tonight Alan and Cara found a special ...
... and offered that I take her place once she leaves. I ended up accepting the job in Pressevin-Moens, France. This is where I worked for the last month and a half of my time in Europe. The family was nicer than my last one in Switzerland, but the boys were wild and out of control. I didn't particularly enjoy caring for them and I was just ready to go home. It was such a relief when I finally got on my flight back to the States. Everything went smooth, all my flights were ...