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... 7 homework, before going to watch the youngest boy, Spencer's soccer game. As soon as the sun went down, it got seriously cold, seriously quickly, so as soon as the game was over we all high-tailed it back to the car for warmth. On the way back to the house the kids were telling me about a moose that they had seen in their street the day before. All of a sudden, we grind to a holt because there's a giant moose crossing the road in front of us! ...
... not even get close to the charm of their eponyms. Instead, they were rather small villages with farms, small churches and from time to time a store or gas stop. A stop at Bear Lake wasn't possible as it was pretty difficult to find a nice access to the shore that is not private land. So we rather continued our drive south and arrived in our hotel in Layton/Utah (just a bit north of Salt Lake City) in the late afternoon after an 11 hour drive. ...
... br> He had dreamed about this area as being suitable to settle his expanding followers.
It's now a heritage park complete with ye olde gift shoppe lol. (My Joke).
I resisted any trinkets, just bought a few postcards.
Down the hill we ran into the crowd going to a ball game the Utes vs a team from Idaho. Apparently a grudge match lol.
So we were a tad later than Chris our driver had reckoned on.
... up to get a book of Mormon and I intend to read it when we get back, I genuinely find it interesting but have no intention of joining the religion! They are quite fascinating as a religion and if you're interested leave your number and we'll call you ... No seriously I'm not going to talk you through it all but if you ask us when we're back we can tell anyone who's interested, like I say quite fascinating. Few pictures of their buildings ...
... at that. Campsite has about 20 pitches and only two or three other sets of campers -- a far cry from the crush of Yellowstone.
We started the day in Wyoming, had lunch in Idaho and are camping on an island just outside Salt Lake City in Utah. The city is enormous compared to anything we've seen since leaving Milwaukee, but on our island the city is just a glow behind us, and we're at peace -- except for the coyote.