|We have stayed in an RV Park in Logan, Utah since the 21st of June. We needed a little downtime. I had to get the oil changed on the pickup, found out I had a broken shock and took it to the Ford house. Also, one of the jacks on the front of the RV sheared a pin, and I had to get a new jack ordered in from CA. The RV service center here is supposed to get the parts in on July 6, and we will leave here and head back to Amarillo on Tuesday the 7th. Thus, this may be the last update until we are on the road again. We did a little hiking and sight-seeing while here. We took a scenic drive up to Bear Lake (sits in Idaho and Utah) and did some hiking on some trails in the Logan area. Logan is located in the northeast corner of Utah and is about 20 miles from the state line of Idaho. It has a population of about 48,000 (as of 2005) and is the home of Utah State University (the Aggies). Logan is primarily a Mormon town with a hugh temple being the most prominent structure in the city. The Tabernacle is open for tours every day of the week except Sunday. The locals are proud of the weather here--they experience all four seasons. Snow averages about 32 inches a year; however, the record snowfall was 71 inches. Amazing enough, the average precipitation is only about 17 inches per year. A lot of senior citizens from Arizona spend the summer up here to avoid the heat. This is a great place to visit.