Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Sandy
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... am separate from my kids. I will be bound to them by a million reasons and with aching powerful love. But the separation is undeniable and desirable.
This trip is a hybrid. I will have one wonderful week alone in Morocco and then one wonderful week with my kids in London. I'm excited for both. I know it is a luxury that most single moms don't have. I have beyond amazing parents and in-laws who watch my kids and somehow convince me that I'm doing them a favor.
... never. The good news is my bike is so silly that I think I am allowed to ride on the sidewalk. My bike has swoopy handle bars and a kickstand. My sister bought it at Target and gave it to me when she moved to Texas. It has a seat large enough for two bums and one pygmy clown. I think bikes like that deserve the sanctuary of the side walk. It is like a nerd-bike ...
... br> Once we packed up our camping gear we drove through the Grand Tetons as we headed out towards Salt Lake City. We checked into our hotel and went outside to walk to dinner. The sidewalks were packed with young adults going to an outdoor concert across the street from our hotel. Even though the concert seemed fun we were starved so ...
... respectively and they were doing some invasive species work. Megan and I ended up at the Mormon Temple listening to a free organ recital the next day at noon. I walked a lot around Temple Square (all within a 20 min walk of the hostel) and missionaries were anxious to tour people around and answer questions. I also ate at two diff restaurants connected to Temple Square, very good food and prices and beautiful gardens. I saw ...
Upon waking up at the Rye Patch Dam State Campground we fixed breakfast, took a few photos and headed back on the road. We were out of nevada and into Utah before too long. The change in the environment was visually striking and it started becoming fairly obvious to me why our forefathers who decided when a state ends and a new one begins may have chosen those particular lines.
Nevada had been mostly flat and full of sage brush while driving into Utah it suddenly got a ...