Crystal Inn West Valley City
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... maybe in the morning might be an opportunity but we are so tired from a full day it's very difficult to get there of a morning. I can't believe there is a Sizzler in town by the way!! So our night consisted of us going to find somewhere to have dinner, but first we drank our six pack of beer. That was nice, I wasn't keen for dinner but I was going where Andrew wanted to go. On our walk we found a hat and boot shop, I just had to go in and have a look. The bloke really ...
... other side of the Island there is a working ranch that has preserved its entire
history of tools, furniture, and small homes that were built during the 20th
As I’m writing to you now we are somewhere in Nevada and are
officially in the Pacific time zone. I was picturing more desert-like but it ...
So on Tuesday, we made our way to Salt Lake City, where we had some accommodation lined up (thanks to Tommo!) with Daniel Eichner and his family. When we arrived into the city, we went straight to the backcountry store where we stocked up on warm clothes for the winter weather to come. And what good timing that was, with the weather change we experienced during our visit. I got kitted up with head to toe thermals, as well as a down jacket and Liam ...
... signals and hand cues, I see people wearing headsets, rolling balcony cameras on either side of the stage, cameras made for walking; uncounted mikes hanging from a mass of ceiling wires, positioned for catching the tiniest nuance of sound. No wonder we shouldn’t cough! The crew is ready, the choir is seated, the orchestra is poised, and we have been welcomed. I close my eyes as the ...
... thigh deep snow. We continued up to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone where we stopped at each of the view point turnouts to view both Upper and Lower falls going on both South and North Rim Drives. One of the things I had been looking forward to doing was taking Uncle Tom’s Trail. However, you could access the first part of the trail leading to it but then it got snowy and it was no longer packed down so if you didn’t know where you were going, it would be hard to find the ...