Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - West Valley Center
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... and a more green ground cover. The kids claim their tired of red rocks -- "seen one you've seen them all" sort of thing. Abe and I remain in awe of the scale of the land and the idea that it's constantly changing and being altered by erosion, rain and geological movement. These ideas aren't as impressive to the kids, apparently. What can you expect? We stayed at a KOA in SLC and it was fine. Our spot was shaded, which was a nice change from the ...
... how to help women in his little country town shop but I tried on boots and didn't like what I saw in my size however the smaller sizes were awesome as were the prices. Lucked out there but was able to find a hat in a "youth" size that fitted me for camping and working outside in the garden. It's better than a Stetson and packed that pup in my bag no problems at all. So it's now 8.00pm and we still don't have dinner and we need to buy snacks for our sunset over the Grand ...
... surprisingly still pretty green with lots of snow-capped mountains to offer us
another day of perfect views. We stopped at the Bonneville Salt Flats and
collected some samples to bring home with us (Blake’s dream come true). Windows
are rolled down, both our hair blowing in the wind, and every now & then
Blake shouting at ...
... great stuff too. We then made our way to the Eichner residence, where we were greeted by the lovely Amy, as Dan had taken the kids-Anton, 7 and Charlie, 5- to their judo class. We settled in to our gorgeous room in the basement of this amazing house-it was really lovely to be in a 'home', even if just for a short time. And Amy certainly made us feel right at home with a cosmo and homemade pizza on our arrival and when the rest of the gang ...
... I am ready too.
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