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... to the appointment I made at the Volvo dealer in Salt Lake City to have my scheduled maintenance done…I use synthetic oil in the XC so I wasn’t sweating too much being late for my oil change, but I still needed to have it done before returning home, with at least a few thousand more miles left on this road trip of a lifetime. It was still dark when I pulled out of Pocatello and onto ...
... at another Dubya store parking lot. I needed some meds for an skin allergy outbreak, and picked them up there.
We only had about fifteen miles left to get to Utah Lake State Park. This place is very nice with only a few rigs camping here. It got into the mid-seventies or so and we're more than comfortable. A nice breeze is moving through Shorty, so we don't need ...
... into the backfield and wracking havoc, never allowing Tuel to get comfortable in the pocket.
The secondary did a phenomenal job of preventing Washington State’s receivers from getting open downfield. Tuel was constantly forced to check down, and when he did, the swarming Mormons tackled the receivers before they could get any quality yards after the catch.
BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall – who also serves as the ...
... museum open and how much is it going to cost? These are all questions that needed answers. I spent countless hours in Wi-Fi areas searching and planning on my iPhone. I never made a single phone call. This is one reason why McDonald's was a hit. Free Wi-Fi and they were everywhere. Any new city, find a McDonald's and start planning. Starbucks as well. I only planned ahead 1-2 days (if that). The thrill of being spontaneous ...
... the Gasbuddy app to find the best diesel prices and RA Camping to find state park sites. The new Dish Network tailgater and the portable DVD player seem to be working ok and internet reception is good tonight. Technology...gotta love it.
We made it to Utah Lake State Park. It's very warm. The kids are swimming and glad to be out of the truck. They have been very good travelers so far.
On to Dead Horse State Park in Moab, UT tomorrow.