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... of railroad spikes and a commemorative hanging stone. The elevation is 4,039 feet. An older gentleman drove up while we were there and agreed with us that we were probably seeing larks flying about. We drove a few more mile east before turning due south. We drove almost all of the way to Oklahoma, stopping to camp overnight at a campground within the Cimarron National Grassland. We used the app "camp and tent" to find the campground and we are the only people here. It is ...
... basic mechanisms of many modern firearms were first invented by John M. Browning who is known as America's Gunmaker.
In sporting rifles, the Browning Single Shot Rifle was designed and produced in Ogden. The patent was sold to Winchester in 1883, followed by 18 years of fruitful collaboration. Many original models of the rifles designed for Winchester are on display, including the Model 94, "the most famous sporting rifle ever produced". John Browning was one of the ...
... early start.
Sunday October 13th
Instead of today's planned trip to Yellowstone National Park Jim and Martha took us to Salt Lake City to hear the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The powerful performance of the choir was probably more powerful than Old Faithful! The performance in the Tabernacle takes place every Sunday, and is broadcast live all over the country. We were seated early, near the front, and after finding out we could take photos ...
... before we were leaving Germany. So she needed more things in the interim plus those things she didn't want to be shipped with her household goods. After shipping 10 boxes and $370 in postage, we were down to the things we could take in our suitcases. Unfortunately for Holly the government won't store her stuff, so her brother is storing the five cratefuls of her stuff.
The second half of dealing with stuff was getting the things we need for the trip. ...
... changes so quickly; everything got less
green and more red (red rock) as we got closer to Utah. The canyons were
incredible and I felt like I was in a National Geographic documentary for most
of the drive. My words do not do it justice, if you can ever drive through
these states please do!
A stop at the Bonneville Salt Flats ...
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