Larry & Lee Ann's Journey travel blog

View to our right on Hwy 50/6 East...

I like the wind turbines, Larry not so much...He likes the old...

Cool entrance to this ranch...Check out the 'chandelier' on each end!

Welcome to Utah!

Cool formation across the street from the state border line...

The road ahead...

Interesting formations just past Delta...

There's a large dry lake bed to our right...I believe it's Sevier...

Sort of looks like the Great Salt Lake over near Salt Lake...

Hey, this is our second shoe tree! The other is over near...

Isn't this a lovely farm/home? Nice, love the fence!

Making a right turn now...

We flew past the charcoal ovens, no place to stop...Boo hoo, would...

Another lovely home complete with horses as we travel I-15 northbound...

We've arrived in Orem, love the architecture...

It's a pretty little town surrounded by lovely mountains...

Last shot for today, see you on down the road! Have a...


Well, our time with Mom & Lori has finally come to an end. We really enjoyed our time together and were able to 'do' some of the stuff they needed done. We tried to convince Mom to ride along with us for a week or two but she decided she better stick around home. Maybe next year. We'd love to share South Dakota with her and know she would love it as much as we do.

Everything went smoothly this morning and the weather was great for a travel day. We got out of town around noon and after traveling about 250 miles arrived in Orem, Utah about 6pm this evening. We'd originally planned to camp at the Jordonelle Reservoir campground, but after a longer than expected stop at Costco, we decided to just hang out here for the night. They closed at 8:30pm and it's quiet as a mouse here so that works for us!

Tomorrow we'll move on to Rawlins, Wyoming and then we plan to head to Casper Sunday morning. We're hoping to spend the day with my Aunt De & Uncle Ed. And my cousins too of course! Which means we'll arrive in Custer, SD late Monday afternoon. Yippeee, our favorite summer destination.

We're on Mountain time now for those family and friends that occasionally call. It seems like email and texts have become the norm theses days. Actually, it's pretty cool and seems to save time in the long run. I originally said I would NEVER text...Imagine that, lol! Anyway, we're fine and settled in for the night in front of the TV, and as you can see, our satellite Internet service is up and running well. So, will close for now so I can finish putting today's travel pics up and we'll see you on down the road



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