DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Salt Lake City
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As soon as we woke up we grabbed breakfast, checked out of the hotel and headed off to a Firestone right in the city. We dropped the van off at Firestone to get an oil change and took an Uber to go see the Great Salt Lake. We were told that it really wasn't much of a lake anymore due to the drought. Hearing this was disappointing but we still wanted to see it. We asked the Uber driver to take us to a great spot to see the lake. He ...
... filled a wall, all smiling away the hours of death, highlights included the primate doubles of Australopithecus afarensis, Australopithecus sediba, Australopithecus africanus, the massive, but sloped-brow of Neanderthal, Homo habilis, Homo erectus and of course Homo sapiens. It was interesting to see the arrowheads in a case with dates starting back around 10,500 BC. It was a blunt, smooth piece of stone that was about 5 inches long. If you scanned down the line, the arrowheads ...
... but this time full of trendy bars, posh restaurants and boutique shops.
We later learned that Park City is one of the wealthiest places in the whole of the USA. It seems people like this little mountain retreat hideaway for a spot of skiing in the winter.
We had a delicious lunch sat out on the roadside watching daily life pass by and then had an amble around town including visiting a shop called Burns, one of ...
... and at the reservoir created by the Lower Salmon Falls Project and once downstream of town, along River Road at a whitewater takeout point. Both of these stops were in the Thousand Springs area. There were indeed many springs flowing out from under the lava on the north and east side of the canyon. It was an interesting diversion just a few miles from I-84 and virtually invisible. We continued to Boise, then to Ontario, OR and then to Burns, OR where we stopped for dinner. We drove through the dark the last 160 miles to Sisters arriving a little after 11:00 ...
... social one and keeps to himself, usually on his phone with earbuds in. Micky is the gym rat, he's super sweet and nice but pretty much stays in his room and goes to the gym.
The first night started off okay but man, it was COLD. My room was set for 65 but it felt like 40. Even with my big down blanket I was shivering all night. I guess I could have turned up the heat on my thermostat but I wasn't sure if I could. Lesson learned. I can.