Although it was chilly the last week in Beaver, the weather was about to change.
I spent a couple days in Provo but temps were rising toward the 90s because of the heatwave in the SW:
I headed up into the national forest southwest of Salt Lake City. It’s about 4000’ higher here and substantially cooler. The white spot center-right is snow:
[caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”2560”] snow center-right; campervan center-left[/caption]
Yesterday it got to 75deg F here, but it’s supposed to be much warmer today.
[caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”2560”] Muiffin lounging among the wild mint.[/caption]
The closest town is the lovely little Midway, UT.
I have exceedingly intermittent and limited connection up here. I wrote this post on the phone (bluetooth keyboard for the win) and will hike up to a spot where I can get a bar of Verizon and send it.
My OTA antenna faces Midway and I’m picking up some TV signals from there. Stocking up on some free shows while I can snag them. I like the oldies channels like MeTV and Cozi because they are usually on subchannels and get very little bandwidth. Half-our 4:3 shows look fine in only ~35mb. HD can suck up 6x the amount of diskspace.