Fairfield Inn Salt Lake City South
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... to all that wish to see them. These are completely free of charge which is
refreshing. The only place that is
closed to visitors is the actual Tabernacle which is considered a "Sacred" and
not "Secret" place. There is however a
scale model of the Tabernacle on display which shows all the rooms inside it.
We were staying at the KOA RV Park in Salt Lake City. This is the closest RV Park to the centre of the ...
... I had pasta with vegetables, ginger root beer, and a chocolate raspberry soy milkshake. Everything happened so fast but I liked it :)
Julia: The closing ceremony was great. The girl who sang was amazing and I liked the stories of the Young Women of Distinction. I loved, loved, LOVED Antelope Island State Park. It was super amazing to see the bison, antelope, and the deer. It was really cool when we saw ...
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... so one of the cowboys gave chase with the dog. In the end he actually ended up lassoing the calf and leading him across the road. It was very exciting and dramatic to see all this action in person!
We stopped for gas and a few provisions at a Walmart near Kimball Junction. While we were parked there we met a nice young man trailering 3 horses up to Jackson. We could get a nice view of them in the trailer and marveled ...
In the decline of the day, near Kentucky river,
as we ascended the brow of a small hill,
a number of Indians rushed out of a thick cane-brake upon us,
and made us prisoners.
- Daniel Boone
As Boone was a prisoner in Kentucky, so were we. We became prisoners of our own making. When we began our trip we knew that we would not be able to complete the entire trip before the twin boys arrived. We thought we would make it a little over half way before ...