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- After two and a half hours and 158 miles of driving I finally arrived in Salt lake City at 11:00
- Stopped for gas at Shell and filled up for $29.11
- Arrived at my Aunts house around 11:30
- She made me a deal that if I babysit my cousins while I'm here she will pay me $150 a day and provide food and shelter for me!
- Looks like i will be here for longer than I thought to get some ...
20th - The 'in laws', Toli and Heidi picked me up from the airport. I missed any shots from the air unfortunately. It was a stunning view coming into Salt Lake City too! First port of call after dropping luggage off at their place was hunting down a coffee. Managed to find a perfectly acceptable starbucks pretty quickly thanks to ...
Since the AC in our Escalade died and the temperatures in Southern Idaho will be in the 90's today we decided to push on to Salt Lake City to get it recharged. We loaded the Goose and said goodbye to Heald's Haven, vowing to come back someday to spend more time in this beautiful spot.
The narrow Salmon River valley gradually opened up to large green grassy plains bordered on both sides by low hills covered with golden brown sunburnt grass. We followed the Salmon River for ...
... That's right. Utah gets a leg up on everyone by having it in August. We had planned to take the gondola to the top for the promised spectacular view but the clouds decided to come in and then it rained and then it started to hail. It didn't last long but the gondola folks decided to close it for the rest of the day. We all went to a large pavilion and had a true German dinner of sausages sauerkraut, potato salad and spatzle. They had a yodeling band ...
... all the bags on board, but there are delays.
Eventually we head off and leave Vegas for a long drive to Salt Lake City. However, our tour manager Sue calls a halt at a Walmart in Mesquite for fruit and snacks. 20 minutes turns into an hour and it transpires her US mobile contract is not operating and she has been trying to sort this out. Ron meantime has stocked the coach with ice and water so cold water is free for the duration ...