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... Canyon. While it took a while to drive there, and there was one stop at Paint Pots that Abe insisted on that wasn't as interesting as we'd hoped, the swimming was fantastic. Lots of people were there, enjoying the river and the comfortable but cooling temperatures of the water. At the deepest levels in the river some college-age boys hiked to the top of a cliff, nearly 30 ft. in the air, and jumped off. The current was strong enough to keep kids from easily ...
got back around tea time and got changed then headed out to Benihanna's for tea. Great meal and had a good chinwag with the other two couples at our table.
back to the hotel to blog then an earliesh night ready for an early start on the next stage of the journey to Monument valley.
will update when we get a chance.
... Christina has decreed that we are leaving SLC early in the a.m. to make the drive straight to Tahoe. We also cross into the Pacific time zone when we get into Nevada so we gain an hour, always a bonus!
Our afternoon was spent walking to a nice mall in downtown SLC called River Walk. No surprise it had a small river flowing down the middle of it. Canyon got his iPad replaced with promises to be extra super careful with this one and Daddy was smart to ...
... place to us, but I guess it made sense to the company that put it there. Coal is mined in this region of Utah. Perhaps the plant was close to the source of coal. Greater minds than ours made that decision.
We arrived at the Pony Express RV Park mid-afternoon in North Salt Lake. It’s new with concrete sites, paved roads and new facilities. Between each site is a small (10 feet tall) Bradford pear tree. They are now ...
... it took 47 years and seven tries in all, I read. I turn to another statement; “The Legislature shall provide for the establishment and maintenance of a uniform system of public schools, which shall be open to all children of the state and be free from sectarian control. Utah State Constitution 1896, Article X, Section 1.” Further description of the types of schools continues. I’m thinking about those ...