Hampton Inn Salt Lake City - North
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... been a moose spotted munching near the water's edge, plus a mink. But sadly there were too many noisy people so the only wildlife per se that we saw were a few small squirrels and ducks on the lake.
We were so sad not to spot a moose, as we'd heard them calling to us in Oregon but never actually saw one! We didn't see the shy mink either!
As it was getting near our lunchtime, we decided to ...
... be seen in the lake level, we had to walk for over ten minutes from the shore line to the edge of the water. This part of the lake is very shallow and so part of the area over which we walked was still muddy. We arrived around 1:30 at our campground, “Pony Express RV Resort” in North Salt Lake, where we will be staying for the next week.
We've been so busy skiing and taking in the sights that I haven't had a chance to update my blog. Big day skiing in Deer Valley yesterday which was fun - easy to get there from Park City on the shuttle. The snow was quite slushy so we headed to the very top and skiied there all day but it was very blustery and cold. Had our first hot dog for lunch which was great and when we finished skiing we headed up to St Regis on the funicular ...
... large and beautiful they were. Maybe we will find a place to go horseback riding out here in Utah?
We all are enjoying Suzanne reading aloud the historical fiction book about the Lewis and Clark expedition entitled The Captain's Dog and are almost finished with it. It recounts the journey from the viewpoint of Seaman, Captain Lewis's dog from events recorded in Lewis's journal entries. Travel days give us lots of time for ...
... in the deep end for 2 bikers, not hikers). Through alpine pine forests, the clearest flowing streams, huge masses of white/grey rock everywhere. The view from the first pass was amazing! We continued climbing as we started to hear the first cracks of thunder. The peak we were climbing to was completely exposed, and there were already a number of hikers heading back down due to the threat of lightening. We were getting tantalizingly close, the first views of the valley - ...