Super 8 Montpelier
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Montpelier
We have a very nice room here, a clean bathroom, and the hotel has an indoor swimming pool and hot tub. We also get a free continental breakfast.
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This morning I sent Josh off on his race. I helped him pack his stuff in the car, told him to win a first place trophy for the Mighty Nilbog, and went back to bed. Today also begins the second leg of the trip. I'm a little sad to be leaving Utah. For me, this trip has always been about finally seeing Yellowstone. ...
... the Caribou Forrest. Didn't spot any caribou, but it was a beautiful drive.
Google knew what is was doing and eventually got us safely to Salt Lake City where the girls catch an early flight back home tomorrow. We had a fun dinner at Winger's Roadhouse! They served us fried twinkies as a complimentary dessert!
We are sad the girls have to leave in the morning, but are so very grateful we had a week together as a complete Smitty ...
... Yellowstone trip and Jonathan (Lynn's cousin) drove in from Reno to see everyone.
September 5th to September 12th
Norma & Les stopped over on their way to Vancouver and their cruise to Alaska and onto Japan.
FYI ... The first snow arrived on October 3rd this year.
Today we drove from Montpelier, ID to St. George, UT on our way to the Grand Canyon. We saw some beautiful, rugged prairie land, lots of hills and gorgeous, rough cliffs, as we wended our way south, through Provo, UT, east of Salt Lake City, and south into St. George. We saw lots of cattle, sheep, and horses on the prairies. This is a short blog since all we did was drive. I did get a few shots of the passing ...
We left early this morning for a group tour to see Minnetonka Cave, located just over the border in Idaho. On route to the cave we drove a narrow rural road for about 11 miles where we came upon quite a few cows in the road - a little morning entertainment. Then our trip came to a halt at a locked "Road Closed" gate - the situation was soon corrected ...