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Recap of trip.

3 Weeks

14 nights in hotels.

Way to much coffee...not.

4500 miles in my truck.

7000 miles in the air.

Sea level to 9910 feet above sea level.






Sun to Rain to Snow to everything else.
















I even drove along the great Salt Lake in Utah.



Comments

Me said…
For those of us who were skimming quickly as it's the last blog to read before they were going to get up to get their FIRST cup of coffee, which they can see and smell, just 3 feet away but wanted to read your blog first....

that person 'may' have just read that you 'even drove into the great Salt Lake' and may have had to waste (?) and extra 2 minutes re-reading it again and then taking the time to comment on the mis-read.

All because of lack of coffee.
Anonymous said…
Oh the frequent traveler credits you are bulding up. Bora Bora here you come.

DG
Kelsgarden said…
Bora, Bora?

I hear there is no cell reception . . .

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