Fairfield Inn Salt Lake City/Draper
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and their religious beliefs
on a one to one basis. We next visited
the Joseph Smith Memorial Building and the Church Office Building where we went
to the roof observation platforms for fantastic views of the city skyline and
the surrounding area. It was here that
we learned that the haze we have been seeing is actually smoke from forest
fires to the west in Nevada and north in Idaho.
Dinner was at a wonderful ...
... out it is a closed base. Only authorized personnel are allowed on the base. The 143rd moved depleted uranium from Tooele to California for disposal some 10 years ago, so I knew the base had a lot of bad stuff to protect, It is a good thing the base has tight security. The drive also crosses the southern end of The Great Salt Lake.
... exorbitant price tags? Anyway, I have never seen so many ski runs and chair lifts. After lunch, we took the bike up and over Storm Mountain (part of a continuation of the Rock Mountains) via Guardsman Pass. There was a chairlift that passed right over our heads. It was a fairly steep incline with no guardrails to keep you from going over the cliff. Next we came down Big Cottonwood Pass. It was gorgeous winding our way through valleys and passes ...
... to bed – as we have a busy day the next day! Vegas Baby! Yeah!
We got up and went to Walmart to buy some more provisions for Vegas, as we know we'll be in a tourist trap and don’t want to be caught out by having to pay stupid prices. I also got a Camelback for our trip on the bike, as one needs to keep hydrated.
Back in the car, we went to the Great Salt Lake. True, it is ...
... cleared. Boy were we wrong. The hail began in small balls, sparsely hitting the ground around us. By the time we had finished our sandwich the hail stones were much bigger, a white sheet was now covering the ground, and the hail stones had started collecting all over us. Each thunder clap roared above us and then echoed all through the valley behind us, intensifying the sound. Lightening struck right above us and we decided that after 30 mins this storm wasn't going to pass and ...