Hampton Inn Lehi-Thanksgiving Point
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... It's sort of always at 11. For instance, when you hear someone excitedly shout, "OH MY GOD! LOOK AT THAT..." or "HOLY S**T! IT'S A... " one tends to turn expecting to see a bear, mountain lion, or velociraptor. One does not expect these words of excitement to be followed by prairie dog, lizard, or bunny. 3. There are times when you can't think of a word so you use other words to describe the word that escapes you. Along the trail we noticed places on the rocks ...
... keep our doors securely locked! It's kick back day today seeing the weather is not good and this is quite a boring place. Before too long it's off to the Texas Grill for dinner. Their meals, like everywhere else, are enormous, but I'm sure that 2 large Margueritas didn't help matters. Waddling back to the hotel to do some much needed washing. Everyone back in our room tonight for nibbles and drinks and a lazy start in the ...
... towards Salt Lake City. We were wondering whether to stop earlier ...as everyone was tired. But we kept going till about 20 miles from the city. Booked into a budget motel...Motel 6. Not bad..very basic. Richard and Al went in search of drinks and nibbles. They were away for an hour ..nearly got a search party out for them. They had to go a fair way in search of alcohol and then went to Walmart ..got ...
... It was a very thorough tour and it didn't take that long. Afterward we could stay as long as we wanted and visit those areas that are open to the public, which we did. The City Creek Mall is very close to the square, we went there to eat. It is a lovely tri-level mall. Salt Lake City has really done a good job with this mall. We had lunch and took the shuttle back to our campground. I am glad we did not miss this ...
... and sten gun.
We saw various bronze monuments/statues. One depicting the family pioneers trecking with a handcart as they couldn't afford ox/mule/horse drawn wagons. Another depicting the seagull which followed the early farmers tilling the land - so what has changed? We get flocks of seagulls following the tractor & plough in the UK - makes you wonder why they are web footed ...