Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Downtown
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... this is amazing" to myself as I rounded yet another bend to be faced with yet another spectacle. Holy fuddleduddle, it really was amazing.
And then, just past Moab, a sign said "Arches National Monument 1/4 mile" - which at (uhm, possibly) 80mph, flashes by real quick, and without really thinking it through, I stomped the brake, swerved right and went into the park.
I will never regret the 2 hours I spent ...
... of Salt Lake City. A gigantic, sleek designed building sat under the beginning sunlight as we made our way over the walk bridge to the darkened glass entrance doors. Clean and spotless interior with polished floors lead to the ticket booth; we paid the $13 apiece, and moved on to the opening. Barely audible music was playing its hushed piano notes as we took the elevator to the second floor; I love natural history – it tells the story of life on earth, all the way up to us. ...
... building. Well of course he could!
The Conference Centre is primarily used as the bi-annual meeting place of the global Mormon hotshots. Here they talk about their religion, welcome new members, vote new apostles ‘to the board’ and just hang-out and catch up with old Elders and Sisters they haven’t seen for a while.
The most impressive part of the Conference Centre is the auditorium which ...
... rain showers and "swam" upstream against the wind, with semis barreling down on us. More of the same tomorrow. I saw a sign advertising Jubitz Truck Stop in Portland, only 1215 miles ahead. April 26: Our drive today took us from Rawlins, MT to Ogden, UT with a very interesting side excursion to Flaming Gorge NRA. Flaming Gorge was named by Wesley Powell as he traveled down the Green River. He named it because of the bright red rock that layered on side of the river canyon. ...
... claim to being 'on the Oregon Trail' in places -- though US 30 has by far the most places.
US89 is scenic and we don't care how slow or fast. The best part about the driving days has been on roads other than Interstates (motorways). South of the Oregon Trail centre we drove along the western shore of the enormous Bear Lake -- roughly ten times bigger than the one in Waupaca County Wisconsin at over 20 miles long.