Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City/Sandy
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... bring home a baby elephant... Everyone's excited for this big trip, with the kids also being a bit nervous about the unknown. We are as ready as we can be, and this includes sporting our favorite Michael Jackson-style facial respirators. Have you seen the smog in Beijing? Singapore? Now that is something I worry about having been there recently... Wish us luck! Now, on to Minneapolis, and then Tokyo, and then Beijing finally by 10pm Tuesday night. Thanks, Delta... The Langie ...
... bike. I could stick with running. We could always hike the GAP I'm a grown up and I can avoid most challenging situations. But I don't think we are supposed to. I think we were built to be pushed. Complacency is addicting and the more complacent you become the more your world shrinks. Being pushed often means you have to be bad at something. Sometimes you need to be bad at it for a long time. But ...
... due to the way Brigham Young planned it. So I was constantly checking my map, trying not to get too lost. And then when in the desert, there's few, if any places to go get water or other amenities. Just take a look at the map of Utah west of Salt Lake City. Hardly anything at all besides the town of Tooele until you get to Nevada. But this was all what makes it great at the same time. I was always at least partially alert. And stuff happened and stuff didn't happen. It's ...
... for a further 17 miles left in the tank!
The scenery was amazing all day, constantly changing, as we drove at over 7000 ft along the Continental Divide. open plains, red rocks, desert, strange rock formations, and snow covered peaks. At Red Desert it started to snow, though we only got flurries thank goodness. The roads we have travelled on over the last two days have all had barriers ...
... a bit at that one.
Finally I said to Addie, let's get out of here I'd like to put the flats behind me as soon as possible. So we packed up and headed out. My final impression of the flats is that's it's by far the most inhospitable environment I've ever seen. We googled the flats and found out, not surprisingly, that there is no wildlife or vegetation in that area - I know I never saw a single bit of roadkill, so I'm pretty sure that's true. We did see some ...