Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - Sugar House
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22nd October - This morning, Heidi, Toli and I hit the road for about 4 hours and headed to Moab. We toured through 'Arches' National Park. Wicked looking place.
The park lies atop an underground salt bed that is responsible for the arches, spires etc.
When we reached the arches I took off on what I ...
... lovely chicken salad for me.
As the day went it got hotter and hotter and by the time we got to Salt Lake City it was about 33 C - fun on the 6 lane highways as you can image - you have 40+ tonnes trucks trundling by you doing speeds of up to 80 mph so you need you wits about you. Sally got us to a BMW dealer where my bike was booked in for an oil change and checkover. The bill 157 ...
So once the cruise was booked, the weight lost, and the research started, it was time to start my packing list. Everything I read about what to wear in Alaska said, "Layer, layer, layer." I started my packing list about six weeks before the cruise and with three weeks to go, I started putting items to be packed in the guest bedroom. In order to be fully prepared, I even bid a work trip with a 24-hour layover in Ontario, California. The hotel ...
The reviews and blogs gave me excursion ideas and got me even more excited for our trip. All the wonderful pictures inspired me to get a new camera; a simple point and shoot, but I read the manual and learned to use it so I could take the best pictures possible. I am no photographer (if you ask me to take your picture, you will probably end up with a tree branch coming out of your head), but I like to take pictures ...
... a tent to those with RVs the size of buses. There was even a touring rapper there in his huge and detailed tour bus. Everybody I had talked to in SLC so far had told me it was going to get very cold at night, probably below 40 degrees. This turned out to be true once the sun went down and I had to sleep with many layers of clothes and with my sleeping bag all zipped up. I read the book, "The Shadow of the Silk Road" by Colin Thubron that night, as I did ...