Parrish Place B&B
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... snapped awake and was almost bubbly with excitement! Perhaps the prospect of getting off the train was as attractive to her as it was to us! The estimated arrival time was accurate and meant that, after a short taxi journey, we were all tucked up in bed again by 1am, this time in a huge bed in a motionless room in the Radisson Hotel! It was bliss after that day's journey and exactly what was needed to gear ourselves up for the journey to Yellowstone the next ...
... to all that wish to see them. These are completely free of charge which is
refreshing. The only place that is
closed to visitors is the actual Tabernacle which is considered a "Sacred" and
not "Secret" place. There is however a
scale model of the Tabernacle on display which shows all the rooms inside it.
We were staying at the KOA RV Park in Salt Lake City. This is the closest RV Park to the centre of the ...
... were gathering for a flight to Midland, Texas for an annual reunion.
We always reflect on our favorite parts of the trip:
Week 1 - southern Utah
Peggy - view from the double windows of the geologic amphitheatre of Cedar Breaks National Monument
Carol - hiking in a hailstorm at Bryce Canyon National Park
Linda - Bryce ...
The place was called Pirate O's and it was a gourmet grocery store with a lot of international candy and snacks. I saw candy that I had in Germany, Italy, England and France!! I restrained myself and only got a couple of things because I have been consuming way too much sugar since I got here.
Next, we traveled on to Lotus which is a New-Agey type store (sort of like Secret Garden but much nicer). I browsed a bit and introduced Harper to my hobby of ...
All of a sudden there is an extremely loud bang, like a canon was fired. The hot air movement messes up my hairdo. What was that? Apparently the friendly American from earlier decided to shoot a couple of rounds with his .500 S&W Magnum. Inquiring about the thing he shows me one of his bullets. It's about 3 times the size of mine. He suggests I get a picture with the gun, I guess it's some rite of passage here, so I accept the honor.
All satisfied ...