The Johnny Road Trip Blog suggests to its loyal readership that it hire a maid service Salt Lake City and schedule it to clean your humble abode the next time you take a road trip. This effectively kills two birds with one efficient stone. That is to say that when you hire a maid service to clean your home while you are out and about on a road trip you will (1) be enjoying a road trip and (2) be getting your house cleaned all at the same time. What is more you will be out of the way of the maid service while they perform their service.
You are a Road Tripper and They are a Cleaning Service Salt Lake City
There is a clear division of labor at work within this situation. First of all, you are the person on the road trip. This means that you are driving your car on the open road traveling to a destination of your choosing. Whereas, second of all, they are a cleaning service working hard to make your house a clean house. This means that they are scrubbing your floors and counter tops, vacuuming your carpets, washing your windows and doing all the things that cleaning services do.
The great thing about this arrangement is that when you finally arrive back at your home after your road trip is complete you will find a clean house to welcome you home. What could be better than coming home to clean house after you have been away and expended no effort in the cleaning process. Yes, you paid the cleaning service but I think you will find that the money you spent is well worth the price of the service you receive in return. That way you can just open the door and sit back and relax.
The Johnny Road Trip Blog invites its legions of loyal readers to embark on a road trip employing Le Bus Wendover as a mode of transportation. Sure you could take a road trip using your own car (if you have one) but depending on the length of the road trip, the road trip will end up putting unnecessary wear and tear on the car. This does not even include the cost of gas and all the other unanticipated expenses that come with an adventure out into the unknown. However, when you embark on an adventure using someone else’s mode of transportation a great deal of the stress and anxiety associated with the trip goes away.
TAKE A ROAD TRIP WITH THE WENDOVER FUN BUS
When one takes a road trip using a mode of transportation provided by another person or entity then in many ways one gets all the benefits of the road trip without any of the negative aspects. When one looks at it from that perspective it instantly becomes abundantly clear that there is no option to refuse the opportunity to take the road trip. Essentially the deal is so good that there no longer exists free will.
Moreover (because we know that the idea of free will is largely an illusion) even the illusion of free will has been erased. And we all know that living a live under illusion is no life at all. Therefore, by embarking on a road trip (metaphorical or otherwise) through the agency of another person’s mode of transportation you are in a sense letting all the illusions you have patched together in order to create the narrative flow of your existence all fall by the wayside. When this happens a clarity of vision will descend upon you. You will then see the “world” as it really is.
It can be great fun to embark on a road trip using Wendover Fun Bus as a mode of transportation. One hint that this might be the case is the word “Fun” which occupies a full one third of its title. The question remains however, as to what exactly makes the Wendover Bus fun. Having never ridden on the bus myself I cannot say exactly what is or what is not fun about riding on the bus. But it can be reasonable to assume that if the word fun is in the title of the bus there must be something fun about it.
The St George Shuttle is also Fun!
The Johnny Road Trip Blog would be remiss if it did not mention the St. George shuttle when we are having a conversation about buses being fun. If a bus service is fun then it bears mentioning that this happens to be the case. Having the quality of being fun is a desirable quality for any bus service to be sure. Who in their right mind would want to take a road trip on a bus that was not fun to ride in? This is the most obvious question that anyone could ask as to this particular topic.
Let us be honest. Let us not engage in falsehoods. Let us call a spade a spade in other words. It would be one thing to say that a bus is fun when it actually happens to fun. On the other hand, it would be quite another thing to say that a bus is fun when it does not actually happen to be fun. Accordingly, we would never say that an un-fun bus is fun. We have far, far too much respect for our readership to engage in this type of falsehood.
Not too long ago I engaged a travel agent in Utah to take a road trip using a golf cart south Florida in order to reach my final destination of Port Charlotte. This somewhat awkwardly written first sentence was intentionally worded as such. The reason behind this intention is partly for the purposes of search engine optimization but also for the purpose of describing what in fact could not be described in any other way. You see, it is not that my golf cart came from south Florida but rather that was the actual bona fide name of my golf cart.
THE BONA FIDE NAME OF GOLF CART SOUTH FLORIDA
The Johnny Road Trip blog was originally conceived as a blog that celebrates the wonder and glory of the good old American road trip. This is something that really cannot be experienced in the same way in any other country. No other country has the wide open spaces, diversity of terrain and the infrastructure of highways, back roads, bridges and tunnels that our country enjoys. Yes there has been much talk as of late about the aging of this infrastructure. However, the simple fact remains that (at least for now) it is still quite usable and is used by many a road trip enthusiast.
This is not to say that this problem of aging infrastructure does not need to be addressed eventually. It most certainly does. But at present there is still time to do so and we here at the Johnny Road Trip blog are of the opinion that our government will in fact address this at some point despite their apparent state of dysfunction at the present point in time. Our nation’s infrastructure is simply too important to not address eventually and we firmly believe that the importance of which we speak will eventually give rise to action.
I recently had the very enjoyable experience of a road trip employing a shuttle from Salt Lake City to Park City Utah. As you know I am a big fan of the good, old-fashioned, American road trip. And each road trip is unique in its own way. However, there was something uniquely enjoyable about the road trip that spanned the distance between these two great cities in the state of Utah. Was it the scenery that made the difference? This of course was partly the case. Was it the people with whom I shared the experience? Certainly not! The best kind of road trip is either experienced alone or with a select few close associates.
WHAT EXACTLY MADE THE SHUTTLE FROM SALT LAKE CITY TO PARK CITY SO ENJOYABLE?
This is of course a very legitimate question and also one that has been uniquely crafted to serve the purposes of the Johnny Road Trip blog. It goes without saying (and so therefore I will say) that the Johnny Road Trip blog is all about uniquely crafted questions. This is a true statement because the Johnny Road Trip blog occupies a very specific niche which no other blog (to our knowledge) covers with the depth of analysis with which we attempt to to.
Now that the groundwork has been properly laid so that we may answer the question at hand with the specificity with which it deserves to be be answered we may go ahead and actually attempt to answer the question with that intended specificity. The reason that this particular shuttle ride made for such an enjoyable road trip is precisely because of the positive mind set I possessed when I took the road trip. That is to say, any road trip can be enjoyable if experienced with the proper positive mind set.
Park City transportation can be used for a road trip in and around Park City. There is no requirement that a road trip be a long distance affair. In fact the definition of “road trip” is extremely vague. Although it is true that there is a presumption that a road trip involves a long distance trip using a motor vehicle of some sort the actual definition does not actually require this. Given this new understanding of the term “road trip” we here at the Johnny Road Trip Blog thought that it might be interesting to explore a short distance road trip in the Park City metro region.
A SHORT DISTANCE ROAD TRIP USING PARK CITY TRANSPORTATION
When a person opts to use a transportation rather than driving themselves the standard road trip will take on an entirely different flavor. This is a true statement because when one sits behind the wheel of an automobile and exposes themselves to the open road there is a sense of freedom that will most certainly envelope him or her. But when a person experiences a road trip under the circumstances where another person is driving we would speculate that the aforementioned sense of freedom would not be experienced to the same degree.
Now the question might be asked if the sense of freedom is an essential part of a road trip. Can it truly be said that a road trip is a road trip if the person experiencing the road trip does not also feel a sense of freedom whilst taking the trip. We have investigated this question thoroughly because road trips are the primary subject of this blog. With this in mind we have come to the conclusion that a road trip need not be long distance and a road trip need not involve a sense of freedom in order for it to be classified as an authentic road trip.
On a recent road trip I had the chance to see some of the most interesting vehicle wraps Salt Lake City had to offer. Vehicle wraps (for those of you who do not know) are a type of picture or decal that can be applied to the entire vehicle. If applied in a professional manner it will have the appearance of being painted directly upon the surface of the vehicle. Often times vehicle wraps are used for the purpose of advertising or marketing. Sometimes they are used to convey information to the viewing public. Other times vehicle wraps are used just for fun.
THE INTERESTING VEHICLE WRAPS SALT LAKE CITY USES FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES
One very interesting vehicle wrap I observed while in Salt Lake City was applied to a “Smart Car.” The image was of a man riding on a motorcycle such that the actual driver of the Smart Car appeared to be riding on a motorcycle. This particular vehicle wrap appeared to be of the “just for fun” variety. It would be difficult to discern some kind of message from this vehicle wrap. Nor does this vehicle wrap appear to be intended for the purpose of advertising or marketing.
To my knowledge, I do not believe this particular vehicle wrap had anything to do with the city of Salt Lake City itself other than the fact that Salt Lake City is the location in which I saw the vehicle wrap. That being said, there may be some kind of connection between the vehicle wrap and the city of Salt Lake City. Unfortunately I did not have the opportunity to speak to the driver in order to figure this out. Of course I am assuming here that the driver would know if there were a connection. This assumption does not seem altogether unreasonable.
There is no better road trip than the one you will take with Park City taxi tomorrow night. Now already I hear the protest formulating in your mind. You might argue that you are located no where near Park City. You might argue that you have no need for transportation tomorrow night. All of this is no matter. These trivial issues of time and space and the contingencies of reality are all but a distraction within the greater universe of truth. And deep in your soul (gentle reader) you know it to be true. You have always known the truth of this matter but you were not willing to face the fear that stands as its threshold guardian.
PARK CITY TAXI WILL DRIVE YOU OVER THE THRESHOLD OF TRUTH
You see gentle reader, we are living within a matrix of truth. From our perspective it is difficult (perhaps impossible) to see the greater picture. I have always suspected that this is true by design. We were put here as a kind of challenge to figure the riddle out. And maybe some people do figure it out and they are the enlightened ones. In the meantime the rest of us schlubs have little or no chance of ever escaping. What then to do?
What we need is some type of vehicle to take us past this threshold that we seemingly are powerless to traverse on our own. This is where Park City taxi comes in. Gentle reader, if you ever grow weary of the game and you are ready to cry uncle and admit defeat (there is no shame in it) just know that there is a taxi service waiting for you. All you need to do is sit back and relax in the back seat and allow it to show you that the road trip was nothing but an illusion in the first place.
The good folks at the Johnny Road Trip Blog have been exploring the world of golf carts South Florida has laid out for us. It seems that all of South Florida has invited the entire Johnny Road Trip Blog editorial board to visit their area of the world and test drive (as it were) their vast fleet of golf carts. The reason for this invitation are a bit of a mystery but we here at the Johnny Road Trip Blog are always up for a good road trip and so we all piled into the Johnny Road Trip van and started heading south.
Driving The Golf Carts South Florida Has Provided For Us
Once we arrived in the Port Charlotte area of South Florida we made our way to the golf cart emporium. When we arrived our eyes opened wide to take in the literal sea of golf carts that spread forth to the horizon in all directions. There were only five of us and there seemed to be no way that we could test drive every single golf cart. We decided that a random sampling of golf carts would have to suffice. The folks in South Florida who extended the invitation seemed to agree that this was the proper strategy to employ.
Well, the Johnny Road Trip team got behind the wheels of literally hundreds of golf carts. We drove them all around the city of Port Charlotte. We drove up and down streets, through the parks and even down to the port itself. One Johnny Road Trip editor almost drove her cart off a dock and into the water. Luckily, this potential tragedy was successfully averted. All in all the this experience test driving golf carts proved to be one of the best road trips we ever took.
When I drive a golf cart Florida comes readily to mind. This happens to be the case because there are a lot of retired people in Florida who choose to drive golf carts not only whilst engaged in the activity of playing golf but also whilst engaged in the activity of getting around their retirement community. When it comes right down to it there really is no sweeter ride than a nice and affordable golf cart. This is true because golf carts glide effortlessly across the landscape. Moreover, golf carts traverse the landscape while at the same time making nary a sound.
THE SILENT SWEET RIDE OF A GOLF CART FLORIDA
There is great value in silent travel. This is not only true for those who wish to sneak up on other retired people unannounced. Indeed this is also true for those who wish to travel without disturbing other people who might otherwise be disturbed by a louder mode of conveyance. Of course, this motivation is heavily mitigated by the fact that many retired people happen to be hard of hearing. As such it would require a great deal of noise anyway to ruffle their ear drums (so to speak).
That said, it is not inconceivable that a certain portion of the retirement community does maintain an unimpaired level of hearing. And it is for this portion of the retirement community’s benefit that a silent and sweet golf cart ride can fully manifest its benefit. Once this benefit has been made manifest there is no telling what the ramifications of said manifestation might potentially turn out to be. For this very reason it is important not to ask what they are as this might impede your motivation to buy a golf cart. Imagine what would have happened if Christopher Columbus questioned the value of crossing the ocean blue?