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... out it is a closed base. Only authorized personnel are allowed on the base. The 143rd moved depleted uranium from Tooele to California for disposal some 10 years ago, so I knew the base had a lot of bad stuff to protect, It is a good thing the base has tight security. The drive also crosses the southern end of The Great Salt Lake.
... was about to meet it's match.
Now, with Grandma surprised and appetite satisfied I was now ready to go to bed. Only problem was, it was now 10:00 AM and the B-day party was in full preparation mode. Plus the fact Amor had the remainder of our morning planned out and taking my nap was not on her schedule. We prettied up and headed out for what else? The dreaded family picture session.
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... Hewes decided upon a more practical token. Using about $400 of his own gold, he had the William T. Garatt Foundry of San Francisco cast a golden spike. The spike was 5 5/8 inches long, weighed 14.03 ounces and was made of 17.6 carat gold. Only about $350 worth of gold, however, was used to make the actual spike. The remainder was left attached to the spike in a large sprue. After casting, the golden spike was engraved on all four sides and the top. Two sides bore the
... travelled precariously close to the edge of the ravine. The rocks changed from grey to red and then suddenly to more of a yellow hue. Again it seemed to be getting colder and the river froze in parts as the sun set. An australian lady who was to be our dinner companion that night was incredibly excited at seeing snow for the first time. By the time we went to bed there was snow and ice on the outside of the train. We had arrived in Salt Lake ...
... horses. A farmer keeps his horses there and gives guided horse rides by appointment. It was getting HOT…104 when we got back in the truck.
We stopped at the "beach" area to wade into the Salt Lake. We met up with the Cooleys here, which was great because we were able to get some family pix. Nothing too exciting about standing in the Salt Lake, except when you get out you’re covered with salt. Even after washing off, you feel a layer of salt on ...
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