Crystal Inn West Valley City
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... I wear as a necklace, but are made for babies to chew on - bought at BuyBuy Baby). I also felt it was beneficial to break up our traveling days so we didn't spend an entire day on planes and in airports. Before leaving, I wasn't sure how they would both do flying across the country, but in the end, it was actually fairly easy and I'm already thinking about new places we can take them!
... reds and yellows to view through the valley as we got higher. We reached Dog Lake, where the snow was much deeper and the lake was attempting to freeze on one edge. Brr! We made our way back down, slipping and sliding even more.
Back in the car we drove through the city and out to Antelope Island on Great Salt Lake. This is a state park on the massive salt lake which is very wild and famous for its bison ...
... Utah salt back in a peanut jar !
We were a little worried about time but made it to camp at
Antelope Island just in time for the sunset. If you haven’t googled Antelope
Island yet you need to right now! This island is known for its incredible
sunsets. It is, again, extremely difficult to put into words how ...
... lots of smart people who would disagree with them. But they have served me well.
1. Don't bring anything that you can't replace. You don't want to spend your trip babysitting your possessions. You should never bring anything of sentimental value. I'm breaking this rule this trip. Eden and Sam have love items that we really must take. And we will guard Fuzzy and Little Bear with our lives.
2. Plan ...
... guides were looking a little worn, so I didn't want to bother them about why the Church hates gay people, etc. etc. I genuinely appreciated the time they took to share their religion and Temple with us.
So I highly recommend a visit to the Temple Complex, but make sure you can have a stiff drink after, because you're going to need it. I recommend the margaritas at The Red Iguana, about a mile away, or a martini at The Red Door (a few blocks south).