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We were advised to try and get some sleep as our wake up call was to be 3am! The train finally stopped at Salt Lake city more like 4am. Then luckily I managed to find a luggage cart, and the kind station master rang a large taxi for us.
By the time we arrived at the hostel, we were pooped tp say the least. We felt so sorry for the guy who had to wake and let us in.
Sleep in a non moving bed was delightful but too short
... more than one minute, averaging around 8 mph.
I would like to describe for you what it was like, but you'll just have to come some time for yourself. The temperature in the cave was around 60F, so it was a bit cool, but not chilly. This compares with the outside air temperature of 106F. They say the air was humid, but not compared to an Atlanta fall day.
They had ...
... and another 1.5 hours to walk the trail around the big room. After that, we took the elevators back to the surface in what may very well have been our longest elevator ride ever--75 stories up.
Tomorrow, we're heading for Austin, Texas where we'll be staying for two nights.
Each morning we look at the map to see where want to be and book a hotel for the night and this is when Darren realized we were near Roswell, NM home of the famous UFO government cover-up. We traded the caverns for a chance to spot an alien and we headed north on Rt ...
Liz is the mother of Mark Thomas, really good friend of TEJ's and mountain climber partner. Mark has become special to us as has his mom after her visit to Chicago a couple years ago with Mark. Had to visit her in Midland with her husband, Nick. They took really good care of us dining at local BBQ place, Petroleum Museum which ...