Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Downtown
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... twilight. It turns out that Mammoth is really a partial ghost town because there are a few people living there. We drove around a little and found a couple of structures we were sure people weren't living in. We stopped at the top of the hill by a little shack and turned off the car. I took out my ghost equipment and set them on the back of my car to explain to Harper what each thing does. I had the Frank's Box on when all of a sudden it says the word, 'CAR'. I looked at Harper ...
... was done in by a rock most likely. So, we got to buy a new tire; the shop only had three that fit our rim. After the repair, we decided to drive only a few miles out of town and ended up at the state park campground. We had an enjoyable dinner of leftover barbecue ribs. April 24: This was a big driving day in an effort to escape the unsettling weather that is forecast for Kansas. We drove mainly west on the backroads of Kansas before turning North and crossing into Nebraska. We ...
Today was our final day in Utah, and it was awesome. We began our day by attending the closing ceremony for the GSUSA National Convention. We heard some great speakers, heard about the Gold Award Projects from the 2014 Young Women of Distinction, and got pumped for the next convention. Viviana, a little girl with a big voice, ended with a great rendition of Alicia Key's "Girl on Fire." We then visited Temple ...
... City (the capital of Utah) about 4, orientation drive around, group photo taken on the steps of the State Capital Building, into the Hilton and out again at 5.45 for a tour of Temple Square (Morman headquarters) and the gardens (taken around by 20 year old Chilean and Portuguese girls who are in training) and then dinner at the Market Street Grill - very nice 3 course dinner with 4 other Aussies at our table. Altitude here is 4514ft above sea level.
... 50 miles on fumes. The station had a line of cars with the same predicament. It feels good to sit in air conditioning. I don't think the 50's vibe is on purpose!
Pic 5 - Lunch!: Mollie's diner knows how to make a chicken sandwich right! I'm starting to feel like an episode of Diner's, Drive-ins, and Dives.
Pic 6 - Camp Fred: Camp Fred 2.0 in Salt Lake City. Nicer camp site this time and better Wi-Fi. Had to backtrack 15 miles because ...