Hampton Inn Salt Lake City - North
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... the “Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo”. This was the first night of a week-long rodeo competition that included many professional rodeo contestants. The events included all of the traditional rodeo events plus the mutton busting event for the 8 and under kids, the wild cow milking contest and a daredevil motorcycle demonstration at the end of the night’s events. It was a great night of good family fun and competition.
... the water with bathing suits. I wasn't interested in all in going in the water. Adjacent to the lake is a copper mining plant that has the largest human-made mine in the world. Crazy. In all, we had a short visit there and then went on an unsuccessful hunt for a "trendy" (Ruby's word) called Sugar house. We finally found it, but because this is a newer Western city (relatively), things are spread out and not really walkable. We got back to the camper ...
... and returned to take a brief stroll through the Mormon Temple grounds. We went into the building where the Mormon Tablernacle Choir practices with an enormous organ built in 1948, but couldn’t go in the actual church itself (reserved for weddings and other special occasions that promote families). It was cool. Libby said that Salt Lake reminded her of DC with similar buildings and that the temple itself reminded her of Union Station. That’s my DC ...
... with the time change) about 4:30pm. Our first stop was Cracker Barrel Country Store and Restaurant. As expected we had a nice early dinner. We got to our Motel 6 about 6pm and greeted by a very personable front desk clerk. She was full of smiles and pleasantries. Since we are planning to spend 3 nights here we unloaded our car and relaxed for the evening.
I hope all my blog readers can do the same ...
... a really clean, smart 'proper’ City that was a joy to visit. In fact, Utah was a joy to visit – we are going to return.
We stayed yet another night with our new found friends and we had dinner, exchanged stories and watched DVD’s of a great guitar player called Tommy Emmanuel – take a look at him he is unbelievably talented – even Eric Clapton says so! Mark and Patti then played for us – this has been so great – HUGE ...