Copperbottom Inn Condos
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... Brigham Young called Ira Hinckley and his family to come to Utah and direct the building and operations of the fort. The fort was built to offer protection and refreshment to the traveler. The fort was made of lava rock. The fort is 18.5 feet tall, 4 feet thick at the footings and 2.5 feet thick at the top. Cove Fort has been restored with authentic furnishings and artifacts. ...
... weather for the hike was perfect -- no rain, but cool temps that kept everyone moving. Different small groups of our clan got to walk together during different points, allowing folks to chat and catch up. Ben found nearly 120 pieces of obsidian along the way (which proved heavy for the trek down for Abe). The summit is over 10000 ft. and the views are incredible. As we approached the summit we saw several mothers and baby big horn sheep, which Ben used his scope ...
... now. In the summer they jump into the swimming pools. You can take a bobsled ride but they don't start until Dec. that would've been so fun. We then looked at Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort. Spent a little time at the outlets near campground as ...
It was so much cooler today and we were off on the road again at 7.30am. One of the guests at the hotel and the cabbie from last night had mentioned what the fantastic views etc at Cedar Break and Brian Head, situated about half an hour out of town. So off we went.
We climbed 10,450 feet, having to stop off on the way to put on more gear as it got colder.
The landscape kept changing from the barren desolation as we rounded these ...
The ride was pretty uneventful all the way from Sparks to the Salt Flats. The Salt Flats are just that - lots of salt and very flat. The most excitement we had during a few hours of driving were a few curves in the road and an actual hill! The photo attached is the view from the coach - the same view we had for quite a ...