Super 8 Beaver
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Beaver
... bathroom in the area so we just kept on pedaling. For the next 30-odd miles, no bathroom, no store and no mileage boards. NOTHING! Not even trees under which to cool down. And of course no cellphone reception. It was arduous. We just hoped we were going in the right direction.
I had feelings of desolate isolation at times. Riding out there on those desolate plains, it really was mind over matter. There were the elements to deal with; the discomfort of being in ...
... We ended up on some curvy mountain roads and I was not sure I was going to get us out of there alive. But I did! Yippee, we get to see tomorrow! Day two was quite the success. Can't wait to see what tomorrow brings! Tim: When I was a kid one of my favorite things to pretend was "motorhome." I had a toy that was a front dash of car and a steering wheel (it really was a toy, not something my dad put together in the garage). I and some of the other Kurt St kids would pretend that ...
... and changed all the time. Beaver is a very small town - we went in there and it is one street and not much in that!
Weather is absolutely fantastic now - blue skies, warm temperatures
Off to Bryce Canyon today which will be ...
The big topic today in Milford is whether there are any alfalfa farmers in and around Milford with ground squirrel problems who are amenable to allowing hunting for ground squirrels on their property! Watch out Rocky! Oh…and if you are one of those hunters, rimfires only (.17 mag).
Cyclists watch closely what fields and trees you take a break in/behind….: ...
... every two years. This is probably why she is able to start up a conversation with strangers. She's had lots of practice! She moved to Cedar Rapids her second semester of 8th grade. She also lived in Maryland, and that was her favorite place to live. She didn't like the house that grandma and grandfather bought in Cedar Rapids because it wasn't on the hip side of town. When Great Grandma sold their house in Detroit, Detroit was already on the decline.
We didn't fight ...