Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City Downtown
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2 queen size beds, tv, decent bathroom, coffeemachine, enough space for all bags.
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... somehow I know we’re thousands of years old. “Stop this, Morpheus,” the voice that helped me before rang out, “His time is not yet.” “May the Great Old Ones strike you down,” Morpheus roars back. Behind the last God of Dreams sibling, a portal appears, shimmering. “Go in,” the voice says clearly, without rush. As I pass Morpheus he forces a smile and says, “From now on, child, in dreams you walk alone. No more tour ...
... so I asked her to check me for nits. She was formerly employed in a prison and that was one of her job assignments. She said one day she came home after checking for lice at the prison and had found so many she just stripped her clothes off on the front porch because she didn't want to take anything in the house. She said sure I can check you, come in the back. I am clean! wheew! Relief and believe it or not my head no longer itches. ...
... parked out front and couldn't return it.
While sitting there trying to figure out if we needed another route, we got a call; Jess was starting in labor. Those twin grandsons need to meet their grandma and grandpa.
We were able to book flights, drive into the late night, rent a storage unit for the bikes, and fly home.
Home, such a wonderful place. Our kids picked us up at the airport. We have the best kids ever. As we listened to all that was going on here ...
... has genuine leverage with He Who Charges Relentlessly Ahead. The dogs are clearly much more at ease; if we're accused of wussing out on our camping plan, we at least have an easy scapegoat in them. Tomorrow we explore Salt Lake City, get a dose of Mormon culture (though, sorry to disappoint Chris, no polygamy), and visit the amazingness that is southern Utah.
Until tomorrow, in comfort,
Kelly, Chris, Athena, & Jake