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Old 04-06-2021, 11:32 AM
 
Location: Clackamas, OR
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That is super cool! Thanks for the information!

We are planning a road trip in Nevada, Utah and Arizona soon...are the roads open all winter up there in the Midway area?

How is Utah on hotels right now? Any restrictions?
Did you ever end up going up through Midway and Heber? It's one of the areas we've been looking at, I have co-workers in Heber who are LDS and say non LDS would fit in fine. Another area to check out would be the Morgan Valley area through Weber Canyon and SE through Morgan on HWY84. I am trying to figure out how we would be received in the Morgan / Mountain Green community being non LDS as everything I look at shows Morgan County is the highest LDS% in the area. We would get along great with anyone, just worry about our kids in school being able to make friends without being left out too much.
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