|What a great morning it was at Yuba Lake. The air was cold and clear and a golden sun was already shining right into our side window. The first pickup trucks arrived with their boats for a morning of fishing. THAT, however, would probably be a rather cold adventure which I would not have liked to be part of.|
On our way out we stopped at the dumping station to make sure we wouldn’t be carrying all that water around. I have to make a correction about yesterday’s post. The snowy mountain we thought was named Tintic turned out to be almost 13,000ft high Mt.Nebo. Just a little error we found out about.
As it was Sunday morning, traffic was light through the big cities of Provo and Salt Lake. Yet it is a 2 1/2hr. drive through all that urbanized area. A bonus was the view of the majestic snow-covered mountains east of the cities. Gas prices were surprisingly low at around $3,25/gal. which is actually less than in Nevada and Arizona.
As we rolled into Idaho, traffic volume thinned out a lot, and it appeared clear that w
Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City
Today we were also very lucky with the wind as it was either no wind at all or a slight tail wind. That way we made a record 11.3mpg today.
Ice clouds over the desert
We quit driving early at around 5pm MDT and parked at Wally World in Pocatello,ID
All pictures were taken by Bea while I was driving.
Thanks again for visiting!