Salt Lake Plaza Hotel
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... us a while may remember the leveler problem on our way home from Walt Disney World in 2013. Yup, another leveler broke. The last time it was the right rear leveler. This time, it's the right front. So we can't use the levelers. For the rest of this trip, I'm going to be walking up hill every time I want to go to the ...
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 ...
... t know what I was expecting, but this wasn't it. The day went by incredibly fast. It included flashes of memory with a talking, fully visually interactive digital Brownie Girl Scout, basketball, tree houses, bubbles, plush monsters, and live music. Then, it became time to actually focus. We learned about a woman named Dr. Tererai Trent from Africa. Her dream was to come to America and get a professional education. She had many ...
... state parks as well. We did not let winter stop us and continued to go hiking even on ice. We eventually saw all of the National Parks in Utah in summer and winter. In November of last year (right before we were coming to Tulsa to visit) our lives were turned upside down by the news that Tara had invasive breast cancer. Even as we were trying to understand what was happening our friends and family were gathering behind us with love and support. Back in Salt Lake City we ...
... to the Uintah Indian Reservation.
And so I disembarked from the plane and headed out into SLC. My destination for the first night was the KOA (Kampgrounds of America) campground that is actually pretty much smack dead in the middle of Salt Lake City. I asked a worker at the airport if I could walk into the city but he said this is off-limits. OK, so I took the local bus (I think called the 55 or 555, can't remember but it had a stop in the ...