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... out it is a closed base. Only authorized personnel are allowed on the base. The 143rd moved depleted uranium from Tooele to California for disposal some 10 years ago, so I knew the base had a lot of bad stuff to protect, It is a good thing the base has tight security. The drive also crosses the southern end of The Great Salt Lake.
Arrived in Park City Sunday afternoon. East drive. A street fair was happening in front of the Marriott we were staying at. We later went shopping for treats and of course diet coke. Today we drove to Salt Lake City and saw the Temple sites and of course a little shopping. Later we went to the Olympic park training site, then back to town to ride a gondola to the top of the mountain in Park City. As I write this Abby an Kathryn are off to a near by outlet mall. Good ...
... and it was already 11 p.m. when we arrived. So we opted to stay. We just had to remember not to brush our teeth in the tap water and we opted not to shower, just in case. Sadly, the girls couldn’t swim either since the pools weren’t entirely sage either. But otherwise, our Super 8 room was super! At breakfast we talked to a group of Shriners who told us about the big parade we’ll be missing on Saturday and gave us ...
... part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program and first opened in 1986. It moved to its current facility in 1991.
There are displays over 90 aircraft from around the world, in addition to a variety of munitions, equipment, auxiliary vehicles, and other items of historical interest.
In 1996, the Museum became the home of the Utah Aviation Hall of Fame.
Among the many aircraft on display are the B-17 Flying Fortress, SR-71C Blackbird, ...
Couldn't go to Utah without visiting Salt Lake City, and funny enough it took us nearly a month after we arrived in Utah to get there.
A little bit about the city:
The city was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young, Isaac Morley, George Washington Bradley and several other Mormon followers, who extensively irrigated and cultivated the arid valley. The LDS were seeking an isolated area ...
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