Fairfield Inn Salt Lake City Layton
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... and never used them. I brought a fleece jacket and a lightweight rain jacket that could be layered over it and I used both of them either alone or together. I brought earmuffs and gloves; never used the earmuffs and only used the gloves for the first few hours in the morning during the Tracy Arm Fjord cruising.
For daytime wear, I brought four pairs of pants that I rotated (we did laundry twice during the cruise) and a different ...
We rugged up with our jackets, gloves and beanies and were off. We posted 17 pounds of chocolate, clothes DVDs and more! It was amazing to get rid of some stuff! After the post office we were off to super walmart, and it was a good thing we went with Nicole. If we hadn't we would have spent 4 hours there and way to much money! Nicole had to buy some things for Christmas so we just followed her around. We did buy some kool aid and ...
... mounted on the front of my bike as well as taking as many still photos as I can to. This all has to be done on the fly riding so some may turn out blury but it is hard to get every one to stop for pics. Boys all stopped for lunch at a diner in a wee town on the way. It had a train set running through the ceiling space and as Ivan commented we were not sure if it was kinda cute or just a pain listening to it.. We got up to our next ...
... Salt Lake City our plan was to spend two nights to catch up on laundry, restock groceries etc. Our travels to Hill was a rainy one and still climbing those mountains of Utah. Despite the rain we had some beautifull scenery along the way and safe travels. Just outside Salt Lake the rain subsided and we had sunshine, the temperatures went from 45 to nearly 60+ so we were very happy! Thank the Lord for safe travels through those mountains! ...
... you can get close to the cars is the starting line. After they start out, which is often with the aid of a car pushing them, they roar off into the distance and disappear into the haze before the end of the course.
I left and made the long drive back to Salt Lake City. My friend Bill flew in around midnight. I picked him up, we did some shopping and then we went to the hotel and got to bed very ...