Baymont Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport
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Easy access from freeway. Clean and comfy beds. Breakfast is a bonus!!
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We left yet another cabin early this morning and started off towards Salt Lake City. Made a U turn about 5 miles up the road and came back to the cabin because we forgot our charging stuff for our phones. We haven't had any phone service in so long we got out of habit of remembering the darn things. Back on the road!!
We left WY and went into …
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... talk about their Gold Award Projects. Also, Viviana was amazing. The state park was fun, especially seeing the bison and coyotes. The trails through the park had a very nice view of the mountains, which was cool. Dinner was yummy, especially the hibiscus lemonade.
Kira: Today was the last day of convention. The closing ceremony was really awesome and seeing the Young Women of Distinction was ...
... are other churches here as well.
Heading north, going to Provo for lunch - valley widen out with agricultural pursuits - alfalfa and lavender that we saw. A bit of industry as well - a copper mine. Provo is a university town basically run by the CLDS's. 172,000 population. 3rd largest city after Salt Lake City and Ogden. Winter Olympics held here in 2002.
Mountains getting higher again - this is the end of the Rocky Mountain chain. Into ...
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