Super 8 Nephi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... digit warmer temps. Scenery was varied; alpine reminding us of Alberta, BC and parts of Europe, but the large billboards along the road side gave the game away, we were in the USA! There were barren areas which stretched on for miles reminding us of the trips to Portland. And then we hit the Salt Lake city area - six lanes of traffic in one direction! Salt Lake city covers a vast area...with lots of shops...note, we didn't stop. You know, it's ...
... driven through this part of the state before and the salt flats seemed otherworldly. In the heat of summer, road completely dry, it looked as if snow was covering all the surrounding land. With dry, towering mountains in the back round. At one point, a train was paralleling the road, coming toward us and the scene seemed straight out of a science fiction movie. Occasionally, a gray "lake" would develop. ...
... to Shorty and settled in for the evening. After having driven over three-hundred miles, I was truly bushed. (No reference to Dubya intended.)
I was so tired that I required a short nap just to have the energy to hit the sack!
The morning temperature showed 7 degrees. I'm glad that I finally took the plunge and slept in. I felt refreshed and was able to continue the escape. The sun shone and kept us warm and excited to once again be on ...
Las Vegas to Nephi, Utah (US)
Today was to be my last day with any of the riders from the group. John, who was my room mate in Vegas left at about 6am and went off with Pear & Ebba and a few others.
I loaded up my little Honda and got it down to a motorcycle shop in Vegas where they changed the oil. This little bike now has 15000 miles on the clock and 13000 of that being over the last 8 weeks on this adventure trip.
... outside the motorhome this afternoon and just drank in the beautiful scenery (while munching on a cheese curd or two and some apple slices!).
We're not RVers who normally "boondock" (stopping overnight somewhere that's free, like a WalMart parking lot, or a Rest Area), but this program is certainly a type of boondocking we can buy into (literally!).
Tomorrow - about a 4 1/2 hour drive to Pocatello, Idaho, where we'll stay 'til Sunday.