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After a brief breakfast we started out on our quest again. Our first stop was Salina Utah. Just off the 15 in Scipio our oil went out and one of our belts slipped. Fortunately, we were quickly able to find a mechanic and $35 dollars later we were in our way.
Right outside of Salina we hit a bird then a few miles later a deer. We stopped at a gas station to check for damage and asked if were required to report the deer, but we were not required. We then explored the small town of Salina looking for the Gooseberry Old Spanish Trail stamp. We did not find it, but we saw a very old school now called Miss Mary’s Historical Museum. A nice little historical schoolhouse
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We ended up finding the Gooseberry stamp in Richfield, UT, wierd, but it was fun to get two stamps at once.
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We had lunch at Arby’s, nothing special, but it was cheap. On Hwy 89 we passed through numereous small towns.”