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Travel Blogs from Lava Hot Springs
... observations for today:
(1) I got used to distances in kilometers up in Canada for the past month, and now that I'm back in the States I've decided that I much prefer kilometers...here's why: When I see a distance sign in kilometers, I immediately do the conversion in my head (x .62), so if it says "City X: 100", that converts to 62 miles and I think "Cool! That's only about an hour away." Now, back in the ...
... time. We even saw wild horses, one of the galloping wild: beautiful.
U- Dig Fossil is a private property with naturally formed mounts of shale mineral. For a fee, they give you a pic hammer and a bucket and you can spend the time you need looking for trilobite fossils. It is not just a place for kids, no. We saw one guy who had his own digging equipment, a couple of families and also a nice old man who said ...
... reached Salt Lake City there was a torrential downpour which was snarling traffic. The rain was falling so fast the drainage systems of the roads couldn't keep up which means slower traffic and a couple of inches of water on the interstate. The rain continued for the next 150 miles until I reached Pocatello, ID.
For dinner I went to a new restaurant called the Thai Kitchen. The food was very authentic and reminded me of my trips to ...
... chronically debilitating. After our soak we head south to Salt Lake City to say hi to some good friends. Rodney and his wife Alice are available. It was so good to see them. Rodney is one of my wise teachers who once said to me, "It's all a story, why not tell a good one!" Those words help me to be aware of what I am saying. We are creating our lives with our words and thoughts and drawing to us what we expect so why not expect wonderful and ...
... gallery. It won't take but a minute for you to have the rest of the
Since the 1950's, Phosphate Mining, by and for Monsanto,
have been the major economic driver responsible for
the fact that the town can still support itself.
As the geyser was winding down we were
loaded up and headed down the road on our way to our next Geo-thermal
stop, Lava Hot Springs! Another of the waypoints along the ...