It was around 8:45 AM when I arrived in Vegas and it was 100-degrees. So hot!
It’s my first time traveling to Las Vegas guys via an airplane and I have to say it’s more exhausting than driving – you have to park at the airport, ride a shuttle to the terminal, go through security, walk to the gate, board the plane, and ride for an hour. An hour later, more walking. Oh and let’s not mention all the things you cannot bring with you when you air travel.
I’m on my way to the hotel. My cold has somewhat subsided after taking multiple medications this morning. Hopefully, it’ll stay that way.
Of all the places I could’ve gone, I had no clue why I had chosen to go to Logan Canyon and Bear Lake on Labor Day. Other than knowing the scenery will be beautiful, I knew absolutely nothing about these two places. So imagine my surprise when I saw the pristine blue water of Bear Lake from the overlook point.
After an hour of driving along the twisty roads of Logan Canyon, I reached this rest area near the summit. I half-heartedly wanted to skip this rest stop but then I saw the view. Oh yeah, it was definitely worth it to stop there.
My mom has been on a craze lately. Every weekend since Christmas, she had been calling her friends in Salt Lake City, persuading them to go out. We (meaning me) would be the guide. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”→