Comfort Inn Airport/International Center
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... wished I had followed through on the GoPro idea. Oh well, next time.***)
And then, heading north after getting untangled from multilane highways, almost immediately the landscape changed - becoming mountainous and craggy and canyon-y. I think that this was the best road scenery I had seen in the whole of New Mexico to date - and this was just the beginning.
I eventually left New Mexico after passing through the town ...
... the station turns to fire…
A white room. Spotless. In the corner a piano and player playing, ‘Fur Elise’. “Okay,” I say to the piano player, “I went through the opening.” He doesn’t move, except to play further notes. On the floor, my reflection; youth again, how happy. My smile fades as the music stops. The player turns on his bench, facing me. Human, all too human. He grins, but I don’t feel safe ...
... which was a former hotel and had a very grand lobby area with crystal chandeliers and a pianist on a grand piano pumping out songs by The Carpenters. There’s no escaping the 1970’s here!
The main reason for visiting the building was for the views from the top floor and to get a different perspective on the city. It was certainly worth the views. We could finally see the Great Salt Lake in the distance, ...
... early after breakfast at Denny's (yahoo - it was included as part of the motel cost) and headed west on I-80. Just after crossing into Wyoming, we drove south and just a bit east on back roads to return to Nebraska and to arrive at the high point for the state, elevation 5424 feet. There was a register, a 3-foot tall monument marking the high ground and a bench. It was located within a bison preserve; the bison herd was visible off in the distance. We confirmed sightings ...
... she got to pet a pig :)
Upon entering the valley in 1847 the saints found cactus, briars, very few trees, and thick grass and weeds up to their waist as far as the eye could see. Certainly not the beautiful and abundant place we find today. I was humbled and grateful to learn a little more about these pillars of strength, who risked much for their faith in Christ and belief in freedom from persecution.