Silver Star at Park City
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... Much of the landscape of Utah has been carved by the Green River or the Colorado River, both of which can be seen here. At one point we drive over a spot called The Neck which is basically like a ...
... for him, anyway.
On coming down the mountain to Brian Head a Marmont ran into Sean's back wheel with a bad result for the animal - girl's in tears and Sean's first road kill.
The ongoing ride was very boring with little along the way to hold your attention on the way to Salt Lake city. The temperatures were climbing so we had to search around to find lunch. We did a slight detour at a place called Fort Cove, so thinking it ...
... ranger confirmed my fear that there was no legal way to get onto the island by bike. According to the ranger, one had to at some point travel the interstate to get there. It is illegal to cycle on most interstates in Utah and the majority of other states. I think there are maybe 3-5 states that allow cyclists on the interstate.
It was a possibility of course to call a car service and get a ride to the park. I guess I could have, I had the money. But I felt this was ...
... and I was on the hunt for a pair of Toms. When we were downtown I found shoes, but Gabe didn’t find sunglasses. After a while Ryan met up with us and we all went for a beer at Wasatch Brewery - thanks again Ryan and Caitlin! After the beer, we dropped Caitlin and Ryan off at her house so she could get ready for Sully’s Baccalaureate and Ryan could go to work. We decided to venture to the outlets to see if we could get lucky at the Oakley sunglass store. Of course Gabe found ...
... and of course the Mormon Pioneer Company who descended Emigration Canyon in 1847 to culminate their great westward trek in the Great Salt Lake Valley. It was a lovely drive in the spring sunshine.
Yesterday we visited the Golden Spike National Historic Site where the last spike was driven to complete the transcontinental railroad. We were lucky enough to ...