We always marvel at the beauty of this country, and the drive to Cody, Wyoming was great. We got settled into our campground, the Cody KOA, and took a trolley tour of the town. The tour was entertaining and gave us quite a bit of history about Cody and how William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody […]

We arrived in the tiny Utah town of Manila (population 331) ready to explore the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. Our campground was the local KOA. We’re not really fans of the KOA campgrounds – they tend to be overpriced and cramped. However on this trip, they’ve been the most convenient for us, and we’ve […]

This was our first visit to Salt Lake City. The history here is interesting. Brigham Young and his Mormon followers built a community in a barren, desolate area in 1847. They were the first non-Indian settlers in the area. Mormons are not a majority in Salt Lake City. They are just under 50% of the […]