We made it to Las Vegas, safe and sound. There was basically no fighting as everyone had their “own space” to relax and nap. Motorhomes are beautiful things and I recommend that all of you with children get one.
So far on this adventure, we’ve tried some new things and seen things we’ve never before seen. We’ve played stupid games to amuse ourselves, and we had to listen to Kevin’s Eagles CD. Blech. And if I never have to hear someone sing “What does the Fox say” ever again, it will be too soon.
We’re all having a blast and here’s a small sampling of what we’ve “discovered” so far.
Chobani Almond Coco-Loco yogurt is heavenly.
After having stuck their face out the window at 65 miles an hour, the children now know “why dogs love doing that”.
The speed limit in parts of Utah is 85 miles an hour, so yes, you’d have to be going 140 kilometres an hour to be “speeding”.
Chick-Fil-A is delicious and we should seriously have those restaurants in Canada.
American Coke and Heinz Ketchup do NOT taste the same, AT ALL.
There are 58 Mormon churches visible from the highway in the Salt Lake Valley.
Teenagers do NOT like having to do their homework while driving.
Las Vegas is very hot.
Our hotel is across the street from the Outlet Mall.
Let’s see what tomorrow brings. 🙂
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