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... to be completely in love with. It's the best of both worlds. ANYWAY- before I start gushing away about Scott Palmer Vance, I guess I'll continue to share with you the little details of my trip thus far. The road from LA to Utah is roughly 9 hours and through those 9, we passed little Joshua Trees, Las Vegas, abandoned ghost towns, and even a fire in the mountains. Mostly Scott was at the wheel like a champ the whole time - I must ...
... 30 pm we were on the road towards Bryce Canyon. We know that we won't be able to make it to Bryce (9+ hours away) so we targeted a campground 1 to 2 hours away from Bryce. It's funny, we drive so much that smaller trips like two hours seem so so short. The drive was nice but nothing dramatic. We took old US 89 south of Jackson picking up the interstate east of Salt Lake City. This was a change in plans as we were originally planning on coming into Salt Lake from the ...
We stopped for lunch in Heaver City, but my bladder was bursting, so they stopped at Smiths for me. I ran inside where the bathrooms were closed for cleaning. Ugh! I ran back to the car then found a Mavericks. Sweet relief! Lol! We ordered our lunches at the Wendy's drive thru with a barking Blessing serenading us. She was fired up about something, and she just kept yapping with her little teeth bared. She didn't stop until she was up front ...
... but I still prefer the nice, small family homes....they look much nicer in the surroundings and don't scream "I need attention" and "My ego needs feeding" like those mansions do- I'd get a small house and use that extra money to help others, but, just personal opinion. What ever you enjoy and makes you feel relaxed is cool. Met his girlfriend, got the tourof her house - really nice house, she ...
... bear sighted by a lake further up one of the trails. I thought getting some company might be good. I met a hunter who was making his way up the same trail. He was a young man from the local area and he was hunting with a bow and arrow. He had all his other gear with him. Along the way, we chatted about the real danger of animals here and he also provided me with a lot of information about hunting. He was going up to Desolation Lake a few miles away to hunt deer. The plan was to kill ...