America's Best Inn Salt Lake City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another good night's sleep and a smooth check out from Cable Mountain Lodge at 9 AM.
Would stay here again - so nice to walk right into park from here. It's a sunny day as we headed north toward Salt lake City. Stopped in LaVerkin for gas (43.79 / gal.) & coffee. Rte 15 North - 80 mph speed limit (this is fast for us Easterners!). Take Exit 40 for Kolob Canyons section of Zion ...
... Joel, before making coloured rubberband bracelets with Emily. Fun fact - rainbow loom bracelets are a lot harder to make than the box or any 9 year old says :).
It was then time for dinner - another lovely home-cooked meal of orange chicken, rice and veggies, and then home made apple crumble for dessert. It turns out I've really missed home-cooked meals because I even had seconds of the chicken, the rice, AND the veggies :).
It was ...
... the original 12 apostles. Everything in the building's four or five stories is symbolic, with each level rising higher with the importance of the rite (marriage, sealing) until the top floor, symbolizing the celestial kingdom.
Surrounding the Temple are two visitors centers, the Tabernacle with its famous organ and choir, the Assembly Hall, the Convention Center, Brigham Young's original very large house ( for all the plural wives and children), and ...
... are other churches here as well.
Heading north, going to Provo for lunch - valley widen out with agricultural pursuits - alfalfa and lavender that we saw. A bit of industry as well - a copper mine. Provo is a university town basically run by the CLDS's. 172,000 population. 3rd largest city after Salt Lake City and Ogden. Winter Olympics held here in 2002.
Mountains getting higher again - this is the end of the Rocky Mountain chain. Into ...
... Pat was a power house operator here in Ketchikan for about 30 years so he is one of the original folks that was grandfathered into the old union retirement setup. He will end up getting more in retirement then he made as a paycheck. His only son lives in Boise, so he decided to move there.
Idaho has an 80 mph speed limit and I did every bit of it and sometimes a little more. Had a cop behind me at one point but he chose to pull over a nice ...