Super 8 Salina/Scenic Hills Area
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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And so we began... Taryn, Aimee, and I left Buffalo at about 6pm from Buffalo and started heading west. My feet touched Lake Erie. That's never happened before, so I thought it was cool. We trekked all the way through Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and part of Iowa in one night. After freshening ourselves up a bit in the farmland of Iowa, we continued on, not stopping until Lincoln, Nebraska. There we stopped at the Botanical ...
... We continued to drive through more exotic landscapes. A little further down the road in the Fruita School area, we were able to once again see petroglyphs. They are called the Fremont Petroglyphs. It is thought they were done 1,500 or 1,600 years ago by the Fremont Indians who they know very little about but don't think they are tied to any modern day tribes. It really isn't known what happened to them, much like "The Ancient Ones" we have heard about in different areas ...
... at the Red Sands Hotel. We had made prior arrangements to have our vehicle remain in the hotel's parking lot while we’d be away. We had packed our bags the night before, but when it came to the day of departure, we had to downsize even more and tried once more to only pack the 'essentials’.
Our plan was to start riding at 6:30am, but then we decided to stay for breakfast. (It was included in our stay, so why not.J) We finally headed out at approximately ...
Had continental breakfast at the motel for 1st time (out the door too early the other 2 days) & hit the road toward Torrey around 8 AM. On Route 70 & there's a whole lot of nothing to see... then onto 24 southwest... no services, no buildings... nothing but a few free range cows, mesas & flat fields of sagebrush. At 9:20 AM turn off 24 toward Goblin Valley State Park & stopped at the entrance to talk with park ranger about ...
... a good choice for anyone watching their cholesterol, but as a treat, it was absolutely delicious. Apparently these "scones" are an institution, with people coming from miles away to try these from "Mom's" and now we both understand why.
After a truly awesome dinner - with great home cooking and a second night's sleep in a warm comfy bed, we both felt totally refreshed and ready to resume our US adventure.
Onwards to Maple Canyon! Wagons-ho!