Days Inn Delta
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Old motel, and need a lot of updating and TLC. BUT it's clean, good bed, clean towels and lots of hot water.
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... we had a blast as always!
We have about a 6 hour drive north, through familiar country. So we get moving.
Other than stops for gas and the usual... we make good time. Other than one Utah A-one, that just about ended the trip by trying to run me into a guard rail... the trip is uneventful.... buddy I have your licence plate and karma will come back and get you.... consider yourself cursed by a Scots!!!
Oh! Lol ...
... I went to take a picture of a really cool old tree and I stumbled upon an interesting creature. It was a desert lizard and it crawled out of a hole to see me. I rode through an awesome rock canyon on my way down the back side of the summit which got me a good 15 miles with ease. From there I had to pedal my way to Delta where I was glad to get off my bike for the day. I rode exactly 90 miles ...
Our last night at Bryce Canyon, after dinner, we made a great campfire. John and the girls picked up branches, some to start the fire, some others we used for sticking the marshmallows so we could roast them over the fire. It was a great moment of our trip, altogether sitting around the fire and eating the marshmallows till we almost got sick. Elena, as she likes to experiment, threw some of them directly in the fire ...
After a few minutes, his fit was over. I took a quick picture of the moon before getting back into the car, savoring the quiet. We traded places again and continued up the road to a truck stop to take the dogs out, have a pit stop and get some water. Of note was a very nice metalwork sign in front of the store. Everyone is wide awake now and annoyed. We piled back into the car and continued north toward Salt Lake City on the dumbest journey ...
We left Willits in the rain, back on Hwy 20 over the Mendocino National Forest, then downhill to Interstate 5 and Sacramento in the heat. In the capital city we finally pick-up Hwy 50.
Up the hill into the Sierras and Lake Tahoe, lots of people, and traffic, but still beautiful country. A couple more miles and we are in Fallon, NV for the night.
Early the next morning we left Fallon for one of our favorite rides, Fallon to Delta ...