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... greeted by a wall of complete pea soup fog and 35F temperatures. Among the several vehicle taillights I could barely see, I certainly appreciated the pickup truck pulling a flatbed trailer whose running lights were non-functional...when I nearly pulled right up onto said flatbed. Eventually the road reached an altitude where the fog cleared, but then when I crossed into Utah (and its 80 ...
... sound of the roof air.
There are lots of birds here, not all visible, but their song permeates the air. That's the great thing about having the windows open. The sounds of nature can easily find our ears.
We're moving to a private park tomorrow in Logan. There are some interesting Thor MHs there that we want to check out. The photos we have from today will be ...
... coordinator – deserves much of credit for shutting down Leach’s vaunted ‘Air-Raid.’
Mendenhall, who is 67-24 in 7-plus seasons as the head man in Provo, has created a tradition of solid defenses and is a rising name in the college football coaching world.
In Thursday night’s chess match between Leach’s offense and Mendenhall’s defense, Mendenhall looked like the master and Leach like the fool. Check mate, ...
... as they said they were 13ft 6inches and our RV has a big sticker on the windshield stating it is 13ft. Anyway, we decided either the RV company or the road signs are fibbing as there was plenty of headroom as long as you go through the middle. I think Mark was a little too blasé on the way back though as we went through much faster and I nearly had palpitations when the wing mirror on my side, which sticks out a long way, whistled past the rock edge. I found ...
... and demanded that they let me through with all my stuff. Security finally allowed me through with my hammock and I started to run to catch my flight. When I arrived at the gate, a feeling of absolute dread came over me. I stood there for a few minutes, debating whether I should miss my flight and just leave everything behind and just stay in Rome. I would have rather slept on the streets and stole food than to go back to Geneva and back to that horrible family. But ...