Fairfield Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport
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... to a nature park situated in an extremely well off neighborhood called Ensign Peek. There was a small mountain there and if you climbed it you would get a full view of Salt Lake City and the Great Salt Lake so we climbed up! The site was great, you could see the capital building right in front of us, as well as the city and the lake. From here we took an Uber back to Firestone to pick up the van. We left the city and headed for Grand ...
... and smaller, with more intricate details (grooving); this is due to the animal population’s drastic size shrinking. Big lizards had long been erased, but Mammoths, Giant Sloths (they had one just past the dinosaurs) Sabretooth Tigers, and a host of other animals whose cousins walk the earth now, were all food sources. Over time these animals were hunted out of existence, went through natural selection, or slowly evolved into smaller versions of themselves. There was also a ...
... Cowboy Outfitters in the Wild West (since 1876) and is still owned and run by the umpteenth generation of the Burns family. The cowboy clothes and boots on sale were impressive with a huge price tag to match. Still a great experience to see a true family-run shop with a fascinating history.
As we walked back to our car, we noticed a mural painted on the side of a shop wall and I instantly recognised it as a Banksy. ...
... disease season where the crops wouldn't grow or sometimes a drought, but it isn't a life threatening situation if you manage your crops correctly. After moving from Europe to travelling through East to West America, I think staying out West is going to be the best thing for me. It is highly enjoyable with all of the free space I have, and it beats Ukraine and East America by ...
... at that. Campsite has about 20 pitches and only two or three other sets of campers -- a far cry from the crush of Yellowstone.
We started the day in Wyoming, had lunch in Idaho and are camping on an island just outside Salt Lake City in Utah. The city is enormous compared to anything we've seen since leaving Milwaukee, but on our island the city is just a glow behind us, and we're at peace -- except for the coyote.