Oakwood at The Brigham
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... And of course the Bonneville Salt Flats will have us to look forward to as well. As always, half of the things on the itinerary will be bypassed for something more interesting, or dropped for a day where we just sit, read and relax.
Not to completely darken the door, but our pre-arrival psychology was short-lived as the memory of city life came flooding back. Washing over us like we just took a bath in someone else’s dirty water, or somebody’s used Band-Aid ...
... Along this trail we were able to find a pictograph of three figures painted on the canyon wall some 800 to 1000 years ago. Finally found out the difference between a pictograph and a petroglyph. A pictograph is painted on a wall while a petroglyph is carved or chiseled into a stone wall. After the hike
we checked into our motel in Escalante, the Circle D motel, our lodging for the next two nights.
On Wednesday we drove about 26 miles ...
... over to Tangier in Morocco.
Grammy and Grampy arrived just before our 7am time to head out to the airport. We piled in the van and hustled up to SLC. I usually arrive at the airport well after the 2 hour "cutoff" time for international flights since I mostly just carry on, but we had a few bags to check, and for some reason Delta wouldn’t let us check in online, so I was ...
... to make sure we visit the theatre when they are practicing. We had a nosey in the visitors centre which had beautiful artwork on the walls representing both old and new religious interpretation. As soon as we went inside one picture took my eye. It was a painting of the most gorgeous woman and a toddler; she almost had an amish look about her. It wasn't until we were leaving that I spotted another canvas of what looked like a modern day rendition of Mary and ...
... watched it). It sits on the side of the mountain overlooking SLC, so tonight we can see all the lights of the city. We drove around the downtown area today and saw Temple Square and the capitol building. There are some really cool houses here too.. very different. We ate at the Pie Pizzeria and although I don't think bussing tables was a priority for anybody working there, the pizza was GREAT! Tomorrow we head to Moab and wi-fi may be spotty again for awhile. ...