The Village at Solitude
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<ul><li> It was only $8 to see these magnificent caves it was awesome if I lived in this area i would go all the time! It was that I was excited to see which is really is just rock after rock but the stories of how they are formed and how they looked just fascinated the boy within me.</li><li>I also ...
... Last year we planned on going there on our way home from Yellowstone, but heavy rains and flooding in the Denver area caused us to change our plans.
An Update from Karen: Williams AZ was a cute town with personality. We took the train to the Grand Canyon on Sunday. The Grand Canyon was amazing but the crowds and riding the shuttle with lots of people was not our thing. We left Brody for the first time at doggy daycare. ...
... because it kept walking in front of us very close. That night we met up with Chris and Ben back at our campsite. Meeting Ben for the first time was great; the two of them had brought great food, including antelope that they had hunted and marinated for kabobs, along with gin and tonics using a local gin made in Missoula called Whyte Ladie. We all spent the night chatting, playing cards, and Ben should the boys a card trick they both enjoyed. The next day we all ...
... trolley system called Utah Traxit. SLC was the first major city in the west and also the first city to have electric lights. There was a nearby copper mine as well as huge silver mines which made this city very wealthy to say the least. I have to mention Utah University. Their medical research is amazing including artificial blood and it was the location for the first artificial heart transplanted into a human, known as Barney Clark who lived 112 ...
... and it appeared to be a very good way to go.
We woke up early Saturday morning, loaded 5 suitcases, two carseats, a stroller, 3 carryons, and a diaper bag into the car and headed to the airport. In hindsight, I would have left Maya's carseat behind because we never used it and it was just one extra thing to lug through the airport. The five of us were easily cleared on our Delta flight to Las Vegas and when we ...