Inn at Silver Lake Deer Valley
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... hotel grounds and we all went to the shops, bought some food and had a family BBQ while playing frisbee and catch with a rugby ball. We had some music playing and we all had a lovely time. The hotel also had a pool and so we spent some time this evening in the pool and sitting around the jacuzzi as well as playing ping pong. It's been quite a chilled day but a lovely one as ...
... to eat the grass that was plentiful in the Lemar Valley. The guides asked us to make sure not to let the horses eat because there are poisonous flowers out there, but I also think it's because if the horses top to eat on these rides, they'll never get home. After the ride, following our drive to pack a day with activities beyond belief, Abe and I decided we would drive to the Firehole River to see about swimming at a swimming hole we had confirmed earlier in the ...
... become an arch.
It is hard to imagine all that we see here is from erosion and not somehow man made since the structures often seem to have a form that seems like an ancient statue or castle.
... is now a religious sanctuary and not a military fort that we were expecting. The nun taking us around tied ***********vert us but I think realised it was a lost cause.
Got onto the city freeway and after riding through the city, struck more road works that really slowed everything down for awhile. We got to the hotel and couldn't wait to get settled in.
Then it got a little tricky - it was Sunday in Salt Lake City and ...
... crossed the Utah state line, got a photo, and just a little while later, came across the Bonneville Salt Flats. At first, it was really cool to see miles and miles and miles of salt all over the ground - it looked like snow but obviously wasn't. After a while, though, it started to get a little old. Flat land with no form of humanity anywhere to be seen is only interesting for so long. We stopped a rest ...