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... What used to be Lake Bonneville long, long ago is now the precipitate of the dried prehistoric lake (Salt) It is literally miles on end of salt fields. We were very lucky to walk around on the dried salt flats, which is typically wet or under water for much of the year, but dried and crystallized during summer months. COOL! Brought some ...
... theory is that it will support the dome in a 7.3 level earthquake. Lilly says she’s going to be in Norway when the big one hits. ☺
Note: The architect that designed and installed the anti-earthquake measures is the uncle of the young man working in the visitor’s center on Saturday where we also meet his parents. Mom is the architect’s sister. It’s a small world.
Utah is a beautiful state! We went from desert temperatures in Las Vegas to high plateau cool temperatures. Leaving Nevada we drove past Zion National Park Entrance. This will be on my wish list to return. The surrounding red mountains and canyons we saw along the way were amazing. Our first night on the road was spent at Beaver Utah....it was at 6000 ft elevation. This was our first blast of cool weather (35 or so) and somewhat of ...
The next day we spent our time exploring the Uintahs by foot and by Blue. A side trip up to Christmas Meadows gave us an opportunity to do some wildlife viewing, unfortunately no moose or elk decided pranced up to us. We did spot some mule deer just off of the road. The weather was bright and clear once again for our drive over Mirror Lake Road to the Samak and Kamas side of the Uintahs. With the change ...
... arts organization in the United States.” Well I’ll be darned. Alice did her job, there is art everywhere you look – in the form of murals and paintings, marble busts and bronze sculptures. I think back to my meeting with Integrity, that good-hearted lion who welcomed me in. There are four lions in all, I learn; Honor and Patience sit at the west entrance. Each lion represents not only a desirable virtue but ...
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