Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City/Layton
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At about 2pm we started our drive towards California, our destination before we turn around. As our van was a bit battered, we decided to play it safe, got the kids to sit away from the battered side and drove, at slower speeds. The next destination for the night was wood cross a city very close to Salt Lake City in Utah. There was quite a change in the scenery on our way to Utah. We crossed Wyoming and ...
The reviews and blogs gave me excursion ideas and got me even more excited for our trip. All the wonderful pictures inspired me to get a new camera; a simple point and shoot, but I read the manual and learned to use it so I could take the best pictures possible. I am no photographer (if you ask me to take your picture, you will probably end up with a tree branch coming out of your head), but I like to take pictures ...
Again, just a smoke stop here. I was sleeping OK, but since it's a bigger city, a lot of people got off and there was commotion. So I am blogging at 4:00 AM. Much warmer, 17 Degrees here. I also try to take advantage of getting a good cell signal when we go through a city to get online because sometimes is many hours without a signal. I do love the solitude of this trip.
A follow up on the review of ...
... surprisingly still pretty green with lots of snow-capped mountains to offer us
another day of perfect views. We stopped at the Bonneville Salt Flats and
collected some samples to bring home with us (Blake’s dream come true). Windows
are rolled down, both our hair blowing in the wind, and every now & then
Blake shouting at ...
... 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 ...