Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City/Layton
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... I am thinking we have to go over or thru them but as we get closer and I look on the map we are going to go around them to the north. As you travel around the mountains (Greys Peak, Hole in the Mountain Peak and Humboldt Peak) you realize how much snow is still on these mountains that are about 11000 feet high. When we reach the northern end of the mountain range we are at 6200 feet but we aren't thru climbing. Further down the road we hit ...
... Scott and Audrey went to baggage claim to get our checked bags and recheck them with US Airways to Phoenix. I took all our carryons and the two little girls directly to our connecting gate so we wouldn't have to go through security again. When I spoke to the agent about adding Elyse as a lap child, she looked at the flight and was able to immediately clear all of us, so we were starting our trip on a very good note!
... had completely come apart during Yellowstone, so whilst I had nothing to do, wanted to find a needle and thread to fix that up. Had no idea where to start looking, so naturally turned to Google and found some fabric stores. Found two, so walked there and asked, to again be greeted as if I'd shat on their daughters face. Similarly to before, asked if they maybe had any suggestions of where I might be able to find one, and helpful levels dropped down to a marzipan ...
... bones. There was also a display about Bing Crosby who bought a ranch just north of town. Crosby was made an honorary mayor of Elko. The receptionist at the front desk was very personable and more than happy to answer any questions.
During our visit to this museum there was a graduation ceremony for a bunch of kindergartners all dressed in their red and yellow graduation gowns and caps. They all ...
... so he had some idea of what we needed. He was also booked solid next week and would have to try to work us in. At least he would keep the coach plugged in so the food in the refrigerator would not spoil.
We dropped the coach off Monday morning, went over what needed to be fixed, and headed to Hill AFB to visit with my son, Brock, and his family until Friday. Brock met us at the ...