Days Inn Salt Lake City/Airport
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... to be exact- should do me fine when we get to Death Valley in a few days time.
Super 8 hotel fine with the usual twin queen sized beds so Tony my room mate and me can keep our distance. More small washing tonight and I seem to have inherited a pair of pants from somebody else - to be kept for emergencies only I think.
Sally by the way is my Garmin Sat Nav - she is doing ...
... and sliding it was time to get back into our Solarium and head to SLC.
Salt Lake City – The Grand American
Our scene was right out of The Beverly Hillbillies. We
pulled up to what I think must have been the nicest hotel in SLC in our
RV. Out we roll in bathing suits, no shirts and shoes for some (Jack) and
just a bunch of bed-head looking kids. The kids were totally fired up to
... for two days in the Bahamas. Welcome to our world.
So that's the background for the trip, and now I can tell you what actually happened. :)
If you know anything about Amtrak, you know that they are incredibly prone to delays of the multiple-hour variety. In fact, if the train is only an hour delayed, you might say that it's "on-time." T had spent weeks doing research on the timing of the trains and diligently ...
... 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.
John is the fourth generation of the Miller family to be in the automobile business. They started with Pontiac/Cadillac in 1953, then added Subaru; Mark Miller Toyota was opened in 1990. I stopped by to show off the Scion, and tell them about the Journey Across America; I was welcomed by sales consultant Ed Stocking, General Manager Bill Niemann, and John Miller, who has the role of sales manager now. John ...