We arrived here yesterday around noon. The house we're renting is nice but we haven't figured out a good route to get back when we go out to eat or shop. Good thing our GPS knows how to get us home.
We saw lots of country driving out here through the mountains. There is more open space than cities or towns. We had to be sure to stop for fuel when we did get to a town as there were place where we went almost 200 miles and didn't see anything close to civilization.
We saw several of these in the open fields in Wyoming. Their snow fences look a bit different than what we see in Minnesota.
Once we got further south into Utah, we were in the mountains. These are just a couple of the more scenic views we saw around Provo, Utah. After the mountains, we went through a gorge, but it was so hilly and winding, I was hanging on too tight to let go and take any pictures.
We drove over 1700 miles and the nice scenery made the drive more enjoyable. We were fortunate not to run into any bad weather along the way to slow us down. Now, we need to do some exploring to see the sights which we're looking forward to once we get rested up.