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... into account that this weekend is labour weekend in America. and a lot of folk had taken Friday off as well!
So we tried unsuccessfully to find a quiet place! What really prompted the following discovery was an urgent call of nature!
We pulled into an information centre and met the most interesting male volunteer who suggested a nice easy boardwalk round the lake -Silver lake.
He said earlier ...
... in color from white to a light gray. Traveling east on I-80 in Utah was even more boring that back in Nevada, we went approximately 35 miles over a stretch of road that was almost perfectly flat with flat land on either side for miles. We stopped for a picnic lunch in a parking lot along the southern edge of the Great Salt Lake, the area has been hurt by a continuing drought and ...
... disease season where the crops wouldn't grow or sometimes a drought, but it isn't a life threatening situation if you manage your crops correctly. After moving from Europe to travelling through East to West America, I think staying out West is going to be the best thing for me. It is highly enjoyable with all of the free space I have, and it beats Ukraine and East America by ...
... so one of the cowboys gave chase with the dog. In the end he actually ended up lassoing the calf and leading him across the road. It was very exciting and dramatic to see all this action in person!
We stopped for gas and a few provisions at a Walmart near Kimball Junction. While we were parked there we met a nice young man trailering 3 horses up to Jackson. We could get a nice view of them in the trailer and marveled ...
... quieter roads - which are usually the more scenic anyway. Win win. The first day we decided to stay above Yosemite Valley (the location of the famous El Captain, and half dome) and climb to a peak called 'clouds rest'. Within the first 100 meters we had to do a river crossing, shoes off, shoes back on, dodge the million mosquitos looking for some fresh blood. After having a nice stroll hand in hand, it then just went up and up. It is a 17 mile hike - 8 hours return (talk ...