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Sep 23, 2018 - Blues, Brews, and BBQ

This is the first cloudy day I've had in a couple of months! But it was warm and a good day to go into those Wasatch Mountains to a ski resort to listen to some free music, have a beer or two, and maybe some barbeque. When I got there, I found out that many people were there to have brunch at the top of the mountain for $47 each! Phew! A ticket on the gondola cost $14 and allows one multiple trips for the day if desired. I went up and enjoyed the views and walked a trail. I only did it once, though. There were two bands that played and I...

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Sep 18, 2014 - Our trip to Huntsville

While staying in Odgen, we got together with Lee and Shirley, our friends who live nearby in Roy, UT. We decided to drive up to Huntsville, UT and have lunch at a historic bar, The Shooting Star Saloon, established in 1879, is the oldest continuously operating salaon in the State of Utah and possibly west of the Mississippi. When we got there, there was a Model A club there just finishing their lunch. About 8 or 9 beautifully restored Model A's. All models, sedans, coupes, roadsters, and pickups. That was a plus for the day. Most of them...

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Sep 17, 2014 - Leaving Wasatch Mountain State Park

On the morning of the 17th, we pulled out of Wasatch Mountain State Park and headed down the road. We had to go into Heber one last time to fill up the rig with fuel. We had an uneventful trip into Kayesville, UT where we stopped at Campingworld to have some body work done on the rig. We had to move out of the rig for a week while they did the repairs. We unloaded everything we needed into the Jeep, including Parker, Sophie and all of their stuff plus all of our stuff. It was a loaded car. We had reservations at the Days Inn at Ogden, which...

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