Crystal Inn West Valley City
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... Canyon. While it took a while to drive there, and there was one stop at Paint Pots that Abe insisted on that wasn't as interesting as we'd hoped, the swimming was fantastic. Lots of people were there, enjoying the river and the comfortable but cooling temperatures of the water. At the deepest levels in the river some college-age boys hiked to the top of a cliff, nearly 30 ft. in the air, and jumped off. The current was strong enough to keep kids from easily ...
... and their children. I felt so welcomed by them all! We connected especially easily with Mike's parents. They were so open and loving. They seemed very connected to nature and health and family. They seemed deeply peaceful and relaxed, but with natural energy to do what they loved. Honestly, after only a couple of minutes of conversation, we felt like we had practically been adopted into the family! Then Mike and Katie's ...
... With an estimated population of 189,314 in 2012, the city lies in the core of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, which has a total population of 1,175,905. The city was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young, Isaac Morley, George Washington Bradley and several other Mormon followers, who extensively irrigated and cultivated the arid valley. Due to ...
My friend Bill and I went back to the Bonneville Salt Flats for days three to six of Speed Week. We wandered around the pits a lot. To set a land speed record for their class a car must make two runs and the average speed of the two runs must be greater than the current record. Generally, the second run is made early the following day. The cars that will be attempting their second run ...
... When we were leaving, a dare-devil chipmonk raced across the roadway in front of our coach and luckily he made it to the other side.
After we left the Lookout, we could see some of the deep ruts of the stagecoach trails from the late 1860s to the early 1900s. Some ruts are very deep – perhaps up to the knees. The landscape here was rolling hills rising to mountains and the hills had quite a bit of sage bush on them.