Travelodge Logan UT
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... there on their balcony which also has fantastic views over the city and beyond.
Then it was to a local body election campaign meeting, at an outdoor park, and as we walked in the mayoral candidate stopped in the middle of his speech to welcome Jim and Martha and their friends from NZ. We stayed a short time, finding it ironic that Local Body Elections in NZ were yesterday, then it was home for another delicious dinner and an early night as tomorrow ...
... a second time to the recorded story of a lady who's young child was killed when he flew under a wagon wheel. Back in the RV Lydia wrote a recount of the story in her journal. We all got to have play on replica wagons and saw rut marks still left in the fields from the trail. Lunch was on the road in the car park of a Dollar Tree Store. Drove and drove and saw miles and miles of blue sky and nothing. We passed a large truck that had driven of the ...
The day before we left on our trip it was a sad/happy day. Annie was turned in for a new Annie. Old Annie has been a great friend, but she had 55,077 miles on her. New Annie has just 1 mile on her! Wow, is new Annie nice. Instead of mowing the lawn like Laurie wanted - Annie needed 50 break-in miles on her, someone had to do it. Sixty miles later the lawn got mowed.
... and the interpretation they do there is first rate. Replicas of Central Pacific's "Jupiter" locomotive and Union Pacific's "No. 119" are brought to the site to recreate the very important ceremony that took place on May 10, 1869. The railroad changed America....a journey that had taken 6 months by ox-drawn wagon could now be made in 6 or 7 days by train. The story of the determination it took to build the railroad and then how the link to the West changed America is ...
Rode to Brigham City, Utah today. Sunny, uneventful mostly highway driving but pretty scenery nonetheless. Quiet shady camp with Showers and a pool, at Brigham City KOA. Rain sprinkled on my tent. The manager said they had had no rain for 167 days till today.....An omen of things to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking