The Kimball Condominiums
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... City (the capital of Utah) about 4, orientation drive around, group photo taken on the steps of the State Capital Building, into the Hilton and out again at 5.45 for a tour of Temple Square (Morman headquarters) and the gardens (taken around by 20 year old Chilean and Portuguese girls who are in training) and then dinner at the Market Street Grill - very nice 3 course dinner with 4 other Aussies at our table. Altitude here is 4514ft above sea level.
... coming in and by 1:30 the entire blue sky had turned to cloudy white. I am so happy I was able to capture the mountain at its peak this morning. The photographer told me blue skies are not as common as one would think. I had assumed everyday would be just like this morning.
I tried to capture skiiers as they swished down the hill swirling powder in their path. There are some amazing skiiers up here. Some of the inclines ...
... thingy for cooking, I got a tool accessory and pop corn. We were sooooo happy! They were all so so kind! Nikki and I had so much fun! We loved it!
The house we decorated all over and they even had two Christmas trees!
After we had finished there at 8pm we were off to Nicole's mums house!
This was a lot smaller around 15 people. We all sat in there lounge sang some Christmas songs and a Christmas tradition they do is buy each other PJS! So ...
... often people take photos of us want their photo with some of us. We could get swelled heads! Lovely cool day for a change – 80F. A local pointed out a really nice road called The Manti-La Sal National Forest. We would up through a birch forest to the top of a mountain for another magnificent view of yet another group of canyons. We hit a T intersection where we needed to go right to Moab, but we decided to detour left into the Canyonlands ...
... So I yelled for Swoop throughout the 3rd quarter and biked back to my car before my parking expired.
I drove out to Farmington Bay, enjoyed an apple at sunset over the saltiest of lakes and drove through the dark to the Walmart in Burley Idaho to camp out.
There are signs everywhere for dust storms. For whatever reason, I really wanted one to kick up. With very few other cars on the road and the pitchness of the night, visibility couldn't get much worse.