Holiday Inn Express Heber City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have been on the road for 3 full weeks and I find that this is my tolerance for being away from home. In all of our other long trips, this is the point where I feel homesick and anxious to get home. We meet people all the time who are on the road for months at a time. Don't think I can do that.
As we came down the mountain and crossed the border into Utah we were amazed at the view we saw. We were entering the Great Salt Lake ...
... the best reminder to be thankful for all the adventures we've been fortunate enough to have. Nikki moved to Chris's lap and snuggled in for the remainder of this leg. Hailey, Duke, Blue and Koah made a literal dog pile in the back while dozing soundly. The besties had their paws entwined. Adorable! They sure were worn out from our adventures! Onward we go as Blue's legs start to twitch in her sleep. She's probably chasing a squirrel in a dream. ...
... person trying to cut in front of us on the 10th hole.
We visited the No Name Bar & Grill in Park City. It was a really old time bar with lots of biker folks, cowboys, and then us. We had a quick drink and left the premises.
Our big event of the day was a trip to Wal-Mart to get some grub for the next day or two. Ha-Ha.
... is breathtaking. The rolling hills that flow into snow capped mountains. Have some pictures but need Wifi. But best of all it is all green. Being from AZ you really appreciate greenery. Drove into Butte after we set up camp at the lazy j trailer park. Nothing great except it is so windy here. Actually had to eat inside so that the plates would stay on the table. Tomorrow we will be driving into Kellispell, MT. Should be a beautiful drive. Well bedtime for ...
... straight. The wind in my face was refreshing too, as the temperatures once again must have risen to the 70s.
At some point though, I started to get thirsty and was running a little low on water. My thoughts started to get consumed by the need to find water or something else to drink, as, like I said, no towns or gas stations for many miles. I wasn't sure, with the mountains and all, how long it would take me to reach Heber, although in terms of distance, it wasn't a ...