Courtyard Salt Lake City Airport
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... and yelled out, 'That restaurant!!!' Harper braked sharply and I told him to keep going, we had to get to the ghost town before dark. I explained to him that the restaurant we just passed was featured on the paranormal show, The Dead Files. I couldn't remember much of that particular episode, just that there was something going on in the restaurant and that the basement had gambling and boxing way back when.
We arrived at the ghost town around 8pm. The sun had set and ...
... There was cemetery with graves of a family who maintained a toll bridge over the Red Vermillion River. We crossed the river shortly thereafter. On the way back to the main paved road, we heard a funny noise. The right rear tire was flat. We unpacked the car to access the jack and wrench and changed the tire. We were pleased to find, on the advice of one guy who stopped, to go into Wamego, KS to get it fixed. We found a tire shop who pronounced the tire dead and I ...
... my photos don't nearly give it the credit it deserves.
I took a few pics of the neighborhood.
Also we stopped at a few Halloween houses on the way around the neighborhood. Spooky, possums!
We are off to Yellowstone in the morning! Later gators.
... are other churches here as well.
Heading north, going to Provo for lunch - valley widen out with agricultural pursuits - alfalfa and lavender that we saw. A bit of industry as well - a copper mine. Provo is a university town basically run by the CLDS's. 172,000 population. 3rd largest city after Salt Lake City and Ogden. Winter Olympics held here in 2002.
Mountains getting higher again - this is the end of the Rocky Mountain chain. Into ...
... was one of his better decisions.
Pic 3 - BFE: This is what the middle of BFE Idaho looks like. Stopped in Hammett for gas and everything is closed. You have got to love 80 mph limit though. Thank God the trooper thought the other guy was going faster than me! Nice couple just pointed me to gas 17 miles away.
Pic 4 - Mollie's Diner: At Mollie's Diner in Snowville, UT having early dinner chicken sandwich. I made it to the only gas station ...