Magnuson Hotel Salt Lake - Midvale
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Today I took the first "real" steps of our journey. I canceled the electricity, gas, etc. I'm also starting to list everything I can find on Craigslist since I have two weeks to sell or get rid of almost everything we own! There's something so very freeing and exciting about that statement.
I'm also in search of a digital camera. We'll need something to document ...
... 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 ...
... way to Salt Lake City was a long long drive with very few signs of life along the way. There aren’t many towns, no trees and very barren landscape. As we drove past Lovelock we noticed a big ‘L’ carved into the hillside above the town and I said to Elvis ‘L for London’ and took a photo. The next town we came to was Carlin and there above the town a ‘C’ in the hillside. We looked at each other and ...
... bloom so we get to enjoy that "wonderful" aroma even though we aren’t in Durham (or Lattamoor for our neighbors there).
We came from the south through Provo and up I-15 where traffic moved well, but there were lots and lots of cars and trucks. Jim drove masterfully at one point when there was a full size mattress in our lane. Luckily, he was able to swerve to the left to avoid it since there was a huge ore truck ...
... so much like the original I was fooled. Really impressed!
Salt Lake City was our destination next thanks to Mark and Patti. It has the standard high rise buildings but so much more, some classical architecture, handsome buildings and flowers everywhere. It has too of course, the large Mormon Temple and supporting buildings in Mormon Square, which is all beautifully presented. We visited those we were able to see – not permitted into the Temple. ...
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