Courtyard Salt Lake City Airport
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... became even more magical, more canyon-y, more craggy, and closer to the road.
And then, from Colorado into Utah, and it got even better - not just more canyoned and more cragged, but much closer to the road, too. Right on top of the road, even - giant rock formations looming and towering and being exceptionally scenic. And as I progessed into Utah, coming towards Moab, the scenery just became breathtaking. I kept muttering ...
... by a theater and seats. “We,” he spoke, then figured a better way, “I have been watching you, Mister Gorman. Oh, how you like to travel.” The theater lights up and shows images of my life, not all are pleasant. “Come here,” he says and waives me over. “No,” I reply and stay still. “Have it your way,” he says and lifts a fisted hand to his mouth, opens it and blows dust that shuts my eyes…
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... a bob or two!
Next we walked over to the Latter-Day Saints Conference Centre. Not normally something we would visit but we were told it was a must see for architectural reasons.
As we entered the building we were greeted by an elderly man, with.... you guessed it, a big beaming smile and a lovely warm welcome. His name was Ron and he was delighted we had come to visit and asked if he could give us a free tour of ...
... to Union Pacific, according to the sign built in Schenectady, NY), and the Capitol. There were several bronze statues adorning the grounds. The weather was threatening rain all around us but none fell where we walked. The start point for the walk in a western wear shop, The Wrangler. Betsy was impressed by the large display of cowboy boots. We left Cheyenne, climbed up to a pass at 8640 feet before dropping into Laramie, refuelled and pushed on to Rawlins. We passed through ...
Driving US 89, the scenic route which will go most of the way to Salt Lake City, via short bit of Idaho. In Montpelier, Idaho stopped at the National Oregon/California Trail centre, and had picnic lunch there. We didn't really have much time here as a long way to go, but the volunteers there performed dramatisations of the pioneers going along the Oregon Trail. We were on US 89, and at the Centre we cross US 30. Both of these ...