Motel 6 Wendover
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... the attacks but ordered the media not to disclose
anything, hoping to minimize public worry and to prevent the Japanese from
discovering their missions' success.
the history lesson for today.
out of Oregon towards Salt Lake City took us along Highway 140. This is a secondary highway and takes you
over the mountain ranges where we got to say farewell to ...
... No criminals, so we were good. The pool swim was very fun and it was in the 90’s even after the sun went down. The kids have minimal judgement about the hotels, and mostly evaluate them by whether there is a pool or not!
Also, we stayed on the border of Utah and Nevada, with the shiny neon lights of casinos in Nevada practically blinking through the windows. It’s a crazy place since the time change is right on the ...
... announced we had arrived at the famous Bonneville Salt Flats it was indescribably cool to find there was no one else there apart from a guy out on the lake in his wind sort of go kart thing. Not actually going anywhere due to a complete lack of wind. And boy was it hot!
But we had the whole place to ourselves and no one asked for money and there was no one to stop you driving right out onto the salt lake and having ...
... a few miles on the old girl.
We start looking around for something. Had a guy, Jeff, from nearby RV sales come and take some pics of the old girl, as we would need to trade her. Told us he would get back to us with prices etc., as we had our eye on a Motorhome in their yard. Well hello, but no bloody surprise over here, we never did get that phonecall. Well, up theirs, we will try somewhere else, and still have fun in the meantime. ...
... Utah, most Interstates you can drive 75, and sometimes even 80mph. Back roads: 65 mostly, otherwise 55 at least. Makes the miles go by quickly! With about 2,5 hours of driving on the clock we get our first glimpse of the salt flats in sight. You cannot just drive onto any part of the flats, as there is a real possibility of getting stuck out there.
Some Internet research told us to head west first, towards Wendover UT. and then take exit 4. So, west we go. As ...