Executive Inn & Suites
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... admit, for the most part, most of the other RV'ers we meet, are very nice, but every so often, we meet some real nut cases. But that keeps life interesting.
Although the campground was small, it was very nice. It had the largest fenced-in, shaded dog park I've ever seen. It also had a pool and a snack shack. (Both closed for the season.). This place, like many other campgrounds, have signs ...
... the movie Butch Cassidy & The Sundance (Redford) Kid. Had brunch at The Foundry Grill. Then back to Provo for the farmers market. Now this being Mormon Country, very few restaurants are open on Sunday so we will celebrate our Anniversary tonight at the Communal restaurant know for using local meats, cheeses, fruits & ...
... and Uncle Bob already leading the charge, I had no doubt this was going to be a humdinger. Nametags on serving bowls always reminded you that Grandma was in charge and this wasn't just going to be some last minute get together. Go pick up the rice and beans. Megan and Aunt Irene heat up the frying pan, we'll need tortillas. Street Tacos need to be made. Way too much lettuce was shredded, just don't tell Grandma. Hailey ...
... day 3
Tuesday, May 21st - omo tour day 4
Wednesday, May 22nd - omo tour day 5
Thursday, May 23rd - omo tour day 6 ending in Arba Minch
Friday, May 24th - bus or flight back to Addis
Saturday, May 25th - fly to Kigali, arrive early afternoon. Genocide Memorial and dinner at the Milles Collines Hotel.
Sunday, May 26th - Kigali LDS branch meets at 10am. Afternoon tour of genocide sites.
Monday, May 27th - bus to Kisoro in Uganda
... to stay that night. The campground is located right there in the canyon off the side of the road. It was closing that Sunday so I was lucky to get there when I did. The fee was only $20 I think. No need for a reservation at this point in the year, according to the manager, so I just kept on riding, intending to come back later in the day. I was pleased to see that the canyon road was still strictly downhill riding for miles and miles on end. The scenery was all forested, very ...