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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Sandwich and coffee at gate 60 and the madness begins. 5 hours to Newark starts close to 24 hours of travel to Florence. Round about way to go, but no complaints from me (at least not yet) as the air travel is free. Cousin Sandi is picking us up there and then on to Pieve di ...
Continued our ride across the 'Loneliest road in America'.
Above 6000 ft elevation all day in the high desert.
Stopped for breakfast at the 'Hotel Nevada' in Ely.
My brother Mike & I stayed at this hotel about 7 years ago. All the rooms are fitted out with 1860's furniture.
Ely was founded as a stagecoach station along the Pony Express and Central Overland Route. Ely's mining boom ...
Today was my first day in Utah and it went really well. I knew it was 89 miles to the next town with nothing in between so I put my head down and rode. There was 15 miles of steady climbing to start my day which was followed by a 5 mile climb up to the only summit I would have to climb all day. I was actually surprised at how fast I made it to the top. That doesn't mean it wan't hard! At the top of ...
... in bed but before, we had the chance again to go out and enjoy watching the immensity of the sky. Because this area is so flat and wide, it seems you are closer to the sky, part of the sky: at daytime, you can almost touch the clouds and at night, the stars seem very close. Ariana said that we seem to be inside a snow globe like the ones she is collecting.
And what on earth are we doing here, lost in ...
It's 4 am, and the dogs are all passed out. Everyone is finally calm. Out of nowhere Chris starts bellowing from the back of the car. He scared the hell out of Steve and the rest of us! He just kept screaming! We were baffled and irritated. Finally, he slowed down enough to articulate that his legs were cramping up.
He was hysterical, and the dogs snapped into high alert. The dogs on our laps started digging their paws into our thighs ...