West to East in the Beast: Day 2 St. George to Green River, Utah

 

Amazing!

Today I got started late… really late.  I did not get on the road until around 2pm.  I stayed up late the night before writing and talking.  Probably should have gone to sleep earlier.  Will get an early start tomorrow driving into Denver.

You would think driving through Utah would be boring… it's not.  I saw some of the most amazing scenery driving on I-70 today.  I hope some of my pictures can capture the essence of how great some of the mountains and scenes are in Utah.  It's truly amazing.  It makes we want to come back and explore.

Some parts of I-70 you will drive and see no other cars, from either direction.  It's nice because it made it easy for me to stop and take pictures and videos.   If you want to fumble around in your car for things, you don't need to worry about hitting another car.  Of course you still might have an accident.  There were some passes today going along where you had to slow down.  If the sign said “45 mph” you better be close to that.  I am sure you probably know why I am suggesting that.

Today I only drove a little over 300 miles from St. George to Green River, Utah.  Tomorrow I will make it into Denver which is about another 300 miles.  I hear driving into Denver is beautiful but harrowing going through the Mountain passes.  I will be excited to explore Denver and see what it has to offer and see what tomorrow brings.

 

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Adam loves cars and anything with wheels. He has many interests and passions but he especially loves writing and blogging. Hence starting this auto blog.

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Adam loves cars and anything with wheels. He has many interests and passions but he especially loves writing and blogging. Hence starting this auto blog.

2 thoughts on “West to East in the Beast: Day 2 St. George to Green River, Utah”

  1. WOW, what an incredible photograph! So interesting to hear about the trip. I imagine that the terrain looks different across the country… the people too. After so many hours of trying to stay awake I wonder if it’s hard to fall asleep once you get to bed…or maybe not? Seems like you’ve made great progress!

  2. I really enjoyed reading this blog,It is very informative Thanks for sharing your great ideas.

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