Holiday Inn Express Salt lake city South-Midvale
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... My favourite part of the Rodeo was the women's barrel racing it was awesome. It was so beautiful in Cody with all the mountains surrounding the small town and all the stars in the sky we haven't seen to many stars in America as the big cities put off to much light with all their skyscrapers that it blocks out the stars. We had, had an amazing time in Cody it was such a shame we were leaving tomorrow but we were excited we were going to Yellowstone National ...
... types abound, and the boiling water that is clear blue and so cool (in temp) looking is really deceiving. The rain did cause us some stress; the lightening and thunder was huge and the dualing power of the interesting landscape with the fascinating and powerful activity in the air gave the whole experience a stronger sense of the power of the earth. I (Abe) should add that I was particularly excited to see Yellowstone after spending two summers there in 1988 and ...
... pages in my passport the day I was going to apply for my visa for India, helping friends, etc. However, I have learned that some things are truly "meant to be" and just kind of took it in stride that there was a reason for the delay, and just decided to "go with the flow". I now believe that one of the reasons my trip was a little delayed was because I needed to finalize the purchase of the house before I left, so how fortuitous that it closed the day before. A few ...
... arts department.) I questioned if the Graham flavor had graham crackers in it. The woman said I don’t know but let’s open it and find out. I told her not to do it in case I didn’t want it. "It's not a problem" she said. They would remove it if I didn’t like the looks of it. She wanted me to be happy. I hope she never goes to New York! I ended up taking it and it was the best ice-cream I’ve had in a long time.
... there was no snow falling in SLC, due to its lower altitude and we took the opportunity to look around downtown, mostly around the impressive State Capitol and
Temple Square, the center of the Mormon faith , some very unusual buildings.
This afternoon we had a tour of the nearby Park City 2002 Olympic Ski Facilty, seeing the ski jumps, bobsled and luge tracks, still very cold, around 32f, but at least not snowing and appears to be clearing
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