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... Nanci: Today could have been two days, but I don't remember half of it, so this won't be that long. Plus, the first half of the day a bit boring and had a lot of writing. The second half of the day was amazing. We went to the planetarium and I was an alien. I got a random person to even ask me to take a picture with her. Apparently I was a little frightening. Dinner was amazing. Then, we went to the gift shop and I got putty, a graduated brain ...
... we visited the Chapel of the Transfiguration, a small wooden chapel built in 1925 that has a large windows behind the altar, which frames the view of the Cathedral Group behind it. It's definitely worth a stop!
We decided against the boring drive on the Interstate I-15 and instead took the Highways 26 and 89 towards Salt Lake City. We entered Idaho and drove through "cities" with sonorous names as Montpelier and Paris. Unfortunately, ...
... ve been pretty busy, so much so that we realised we didn’t have ANYTHING booked or even planned for Canada so our last full day in the states was spent confined to our hotel room near the airport in Salt Lake City. It wasn't much fun but by the end of the day we had a solid plan for Canada and had already booked a good chunk of accommodation for it.
On the night we finally ventured out to Zaxby’s, a kind of ...
... 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 ...
... a rest - then left my backpack there and didn't notice until we went up the lift, rode down to another and went to grab my water bottle and realised "hang on...where is my bag?". Rode back to the same spot and my bag was still sitting there, like a good obedient dog. Had my Kindle and Wi-fi device in there. Would have been so angry at myself if I lost those.
Caught some of the US Ski Team testing the course. They really fly - for ...