Country Inn & Suites Bountiful
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... and their leaders Sitting bull and Crazy horse and their history of living In the Badlands. We had to stick to all the pathways when stopping and taking photos due to rattlesnakes being everywhere. I'm positive I heard one under a walkway but Shannon didn't believe me. One of our stops today was at a little shop in the middle of nowhere and right outside the shop was burrows and mounds where lots of Prairie Dogs live they reminded us of meerkats ...
We got back to a larger city with our stay in Salt Lake City, but we did not escape the heat. The morning in Moab was cool-ish (mid-70s, which felt like a gift) and we got off without a hitch. The views on the drive to SLC were again crazy strange, with the landscape changing rapidly and apparently without warning. Sometimes the rocks and desert scape looked like the surface of the moon (or what I imagine the moon looks like), and then it would change to ...
With a sadness we left Yellowstone around 9.30am and headed out on a new chapter on our trip.
highlight of a wet departure was sighting an osprey landing on an old dead tree overlooking the Yellowstone river.
our trip to SLC took in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and Utah so now have notched up our 16th state!
we have now driven over 3000 miles so far.
it was a pretty uneventful journey heading down ...
... a huge outdoor shopping center downtown. Tara and I soon found we loved living downtown. Tara sold her car before she left Tulsa and we took the light rail and buses everywhere in SLC. We also found we enjoyed camping (with air mattress and bathrooms). I was skeptical about Tara's ability for "roughing it" but she loved it and found a gift for camp stove cooking. After that there was rarely a summer weekend we were not gone. We soon had seen all the 5 National Parks in Utah ...
... in the factories, working in the rice paddies, working in the fields -- all bent over or squatting -- the men are sitting around drinking coffee, or alcohol, and smoking cigarettes. Some of the men might work hard, but it is mostly the women. The countries are poor, very poor. The average wage in Vietnam is about $200 a month; in Cambodia it must be less. Cambodia is the most poverty ...