Well, I wouldn’t necessarily recommend Virgin River as a hotel. Not a bad price, but the room was a bit step down from a Motel 6.

I don’t mind Motel 6 when I’m traveling on my own, but when Colleen is with me, I like to provide something nicer.

Again, the nice thing was having Starbucks right there!

We left Mesquite about 10 am PST and enjoyed a nice clear drive. Weather wasn’t an issue until we hit Cedar City, where it was snowing lightly.

Other than a few patches of sleet and freezing rain, it was quite clear. We arrived in Provo about 3:30 MST.

A bit of a ceremonial milestone: just as we entered the neighborhood Heritage is located in, we turned over the 100,000 mile mark on our van!

After a therapy session, we loaded up Jonathan’s stuff and made our way out to dinner. Jonathan’s favorite, Panda Express, of course.

While Colleen and the boys went for groceries, I found the local Costco for gas. $3.54 a gallon…nice!

Then we made our way up the hill and have now settled in to our condo at a timeshare in Midway. A friend who owns one was able to set us up as guests with a really nice and spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo for only $52 a night! Can’t beat that anywhere and it makes family time awesome, not feeling like we always have to be out like we would in a hotel.

Spending the evening talking about plans for the week. Jonathan is learning that he needs a lot of structure in order to do well, so we’ve given him the task of planning out our week so there’s not too much down time for him. He’s done a pretty good job so far!

That’s all for now. More later…


  • Lisa G Fiedler
    Posted at 10:58h, 20 March Reply

    Glad to hear it’s good so far. I’m looking forward to hearing what GOD has accomplished in Jonathan. Have a blessed week!

    • Paul Kuzma
      Posted at 04:16h, 25 March Reply

      Thanks Lisa! It was a very blessed week!

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