Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City/Layton
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... is now quite rundown. Apparently there is work here but mainly for minimum wage- $7 (£4.50), so those that work have several jobs or get welfare. Butte doesn't have a good name outside of the town (nicknamed Butt), but we found very friendly, helpful staff at the hotel ; a sweet young waitress at a local restaurant (even when I asked if I could just have a jacket potato and a fried egg !- no problem) and a great shop assistant, who used the shop address to sign us up for ...
... fiddle, piano, bass and banjo. April 17: After a hearty breakfast buffet of sausages, bacon, eggs, and biscuits with gravy, we drove northward to Missouri. We stopped at Mammoth Springs, which is at the border and is the tenth largest spring in the world (we haven't looked up the other nine). There is an historic decommissioned powerhouse at the outlet of a dammed lake. For you hydro geeks, it was a Westinghouse generator on top of a Francis turbine. In 1981, it was ...
... my photos don't nearly give it the credit it deserves.
I took a few pics of the neighborhood.
Also we stopped at a few Halloween houses on the way around the neighborhood. Spooky, possums!
We are off to Yellowstone in the morning! Later gators.
August 15, 2014. We can't believe this week has actually arrived! The last three weeks have been a whirlwind. Lindsay has been tying up lose ends at work, David has been finishing his Goldman Sachs internship and arranging for his move to San Francisco in September, all the while we've been frantically planning for this trip. Well, we're here! We've booked the flights, reserved the hotels, printed off hundreds of ...
... blog. Seems if I go further north to ski country I will find my lush forests and sparkling lakes. So if you can count the Gr. Salt Lake as a mini-ocean (smells like it!), then Utah just about does have it all. My last stop in the north was the salt flats. Surprising. I went to the Bonneville Speedway expecting at least a few buildings and bleachers. All that there was is a small road that goes about a mile into the salt flats and deadends. It ...