Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - Sandy
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... a brief trip up to the top of Hidden Peak, the highest point on the planet either of us have been at about 3,300 metres or 11,000 feet. I did this on the last two days, which were sunny and it was surprisingly quite sheltered on the more remote side. The second last day of our stay was New Years Eve and to celebrate the village put some fire pots in the little square and had a lantern run and fireworks. It was a very cold night but the atmosphere was ...
... of it, but seemed to be recovering. The case worker wanted to make plans for where Tom should go next. It seems like he will not go back to the last rehab facility that he was at, but instead should go to a long term rehab facility. Fortunately, nephew, Bill Krinkie, is in Florida with Tom and will check out possibilities.
While waiting to hear about Tom, we both showered and enjoyed the beautiful ...
... 8217;s so ironic that in nature
something as beautiful as Antelope Island can also be very unpleasant! And the
bugs, oh my goodness. The drive in takes you on a (we assumed man-made) ridge
that goes right through the lake and the bugs are hitting your windshield at
such extreme numbers that it sounds like rain. I, of course, freaked ...
... had other things to do after that, we decided not to float, but that we would wade in and take some pictures.
I never saw a state park without trees…but here it is! You pull in and what do you see?...flat, white! In the distance there are some mountains and rolling hills. This state park is an island with a lot of wildlife. (Most has been brought in.) They have about 750 buffalo, 500 prong-horn antelope, mule deer, big-horn sheep, and lots of birds. ...
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Second, The reason we are going to Des Moines anyway is to go to the Living History Farms. These are living enactments of the prairie farms over the last two centuries. It will give us a chance to see what living like Laura might have been like.