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Packed up camp and headed for the Visitor Centre. John did a tour of the Lehman Caves - "Best caves yet!"
A quick look at the Baker Archeological pueblo site. Home for hundreds of years of the Freemont Indians, who then disappeared, just like those at Mesa Verde in Colorado and Betatarkin in Arizona.
Passed the Border ...
"Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord,
He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored, ..........
.........Glory, glory hallelujah,
His truth is marching on".
Battle Hymn of the Republic. Julia Howe, 1861.
Boys had time to play with their toys (the trucks) before Rick and Julie went to town to book into their camp.
Then Andrew drove us to meet up with Sara and Emerson and Rick and Julie ...
... at Lark Quarry in Queensland.
Drove to Heber City and a Verizon phone shop again!
Then over the impressive Guardsmans' Pass at 2957 metres, through conifer and aspen forrest, to Brighton, outside Salt Lake City, to stay with Andrew and Sara and Emerson. Sara's Mum, Dev, also staying. Lovely to see them all ...
... camper tomorrow to Reno.
Successful with the phone (new Verizon handset and SIM) and got food for dinner.
Great evening. Sara had invited Bob and Linda to dinner. Bob is an Alaskan fisherman and spends each summer in Alaska, while Linda stays in Reno working with Sara. They brought Alaskan salmon and home-smoked salmon. We got lots of tips about what to see in Alaska when we get ...
Donned less cold weather gear today, as the snow is rapidly melting. We walked for nearly two hours up to Silver Fork , through woods of the surrounding neighbourhood, and back to Brighton, Emerson enjoying playing in muddy or icy puddles . Back at the house, we all enjoyed the hot tub on the verandah, oddly surrounded by snow! Then Elk Stew for ...
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11332 E. Big Cottonwood Canyon , Brighton | Hotelfrom $145