Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites West Valley City - Waterpark
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... and then left for a hike at Mt. Washburn. As a wildlife preservationist, Ben knows a lot about the animals in the area, especially birds (which he studied in college and grad school). Both he and Chris had brought binoculars and a high-power scope which proved very useful on our hike. But before we even got to the hike, we got caught in a huge bison jam. There must have been 100 bison in the fields and on the road in the Hayden Valley. Several passed in front ...
After filling up on the hostels free breakfast, we set off to Big Cottonwood Canyon. This is in the mountains next to the city. The drive up was very scenic and we pulled over in a parking bay at the start of a trailhead. It was a 6 mile round trip hike to Dog Lake. We began hiking and it immediately began climbing up very steeply, but the terrain was also very icy!
The path followed a little stream for a while ...
... tomorrow night. We ended up in in the supermarket buying a large container of fried chicken for dinner and two litre bottles of watered down Heineken at 3.2% alcohol and then two packets of chips for the snacks tomorrow night. We gave Lyn a call and Andrew spoke with Granma because she was visiting Lyn. Granma's phone wasn't working which ended up being an issue at her end. I tried to call Becca and left a message and spoke with Paul Gough, he has sold his house for ...
... half of the concert without music. Amazing.
Lunch was in a small cafeteria on the Temple property. It was very good home cooking. After lunch, we toured the Brigham Young home with its original furnishings. We also walked through the lobby of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building which used to be a hotel. It was pretty lavish furnishing and trimming.
It was a full day of learning about the state and church. ...
... with a tower to view the salt flats. Many years ago, this area was part of Lake Bonneville, but the lake dried up, leaving the salt behind. The salt flats seem to go on forever; looking like the entire area is covered in snow. Since the salt flats can not support any life form, the automobile industry uses the salt flats to set world record speed races.
Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah and thus a bustling city. It was funny how we could see the city ...