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... we were first to get service. By noon we were on the road again.
The down time gave us a chance to take the drive from Provo to Heber City via the Alpine Loop.
The next day we went from alpine trees to desert. We drove the Desert Ramble loop. It took us around Tooele Army Depot. I wanted to go to a PX so I drove up to the ...
... Bull snakes have been added to the area to prevent unwanted rattle snakes. This made Rach feel just a little uneasy! After a short briefing we were free to explore the grounds and set up the tents before starting cooking. The bathrooms were assessed as more public than private with toilets having shower curtains as opposed to doors and the showers being a free for all offering no privacy at all! Some of our Chinese friends struggled setting up their tent but with extra help ...
... West corner of the state.
Our goal for today was to learn about Temple Square in SLC. But first we wanted to explore "Camper World" an RV sales company that is located next door. The kids and Suzanne had fun looking at all the big rigs. But in the end we all agree our camper suits us just fine.
Honestly, Salt Lake City was underwhelming. Its a big city and does seem to have a nice tram system. However, it didn't have the walkable ...
... stop, we continued further towards downtown and worked up an appetite which was subsequently satisfied at Litza's pizza.
Salt Lake City isn't exactly known as a tourist hotspot, so we didn't have any real plan for the day's activities. We soon found directions to the main mall in the city... well, when in Rome...We had a little look around the greek palace that these people went to shop and ...
On the way to Salt Lake City we decided to take a short detour to Manti, Utah, a small town just slightly off the beaten path. While there may not be much there, Manti is home to one of the oldest and most beautiful LDS temples in the United States. Completed in 1888, the 27 acres this temple occupy are rightly known as "Temple Hill", as you can see the gothic revival structure from miles around. Even ...
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