Baymont Inn And Suites Murray/Salt Lake City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... interesting things in his shop. Dan found some Blue Forest Petrified wood, which Bob found in the local area of Kemmerer. Next we went to Anteres Fossils and Minerals in Evanston (which is south of Kemmerer), where Dan found another Herkimer diamond. It was raining in Evanston, but I got a good picture of Anteres Fossils and Minerals. The store front is certainly unique! Going from Wyoming to Utah, we ...
... they also had steps down in to the icy waters of the river. I managed to get up to my waste in the river but that was only for a nano second. We had a mix of rain and sun while relaxing in the hot springs, they are open all year round even when it's snowing.
... ve had a lot of my family and Allen is thrilled to see some of his finally. I discover most of my geneology on Moms side is done going way back. If it is correct we are related to William the Conqueror, Charlemagne and royalty throughout England, France, Germany, Sweden, even Italy, Spain and Greece. How fun is that. Of course it is all ancient ...
... waitress whether it would feed the both of us if we both ordered an entree and then shared a main meal, she agreed that was a good idea. Well, the entrees turned up and I immediately cancelled the main meal. I can't believe the size of the meals over here. The pub had a great atmosphere and Red enjoyed an organic amber ale while I refreshed with a peach vodka, ginger highball cocktail. Yummy. Rain was threatening so we high tailed it back to the hotel which was only a couple of blocks away. ...
... I could see. Unusually, he agreed. Scott does not like to see what is coming. He just likes to face it.
We started up a canyon and wow a single lane, but doable on a bike, not so much in this truck. I noticed no cell reception. We turned onto a coal hauling road. Coal trucks, the bane of of any biker. The further we went the sicker I got. Just a nagging to not go this way, not really sure, just a nagging, sick feeling.
We returned to Enterprise to turn in the ...