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 …
... exchanges between them in the street.
We found ourselves in Temple Square, the central hub of downtown SLC and where the most sacred temple of the Mormon religion stands. It is quite a sight and a very impressive building but it did remind me of a building you would find in Trumpton or Disneyland. It just didn’t seem real!
Non-Mormons are not allowed inside the Temple so we wandered into the building next ...
Saturday started in the afternoon when Harper came to pick me up for a day out. It had been a cold and rainy week and that Saturday was no different. We decided to go to the Museum of Ancient Life in Thanksgiving Point because we both hadn't been there and Harper said he had been wanting to go since it opened years ago but no one wanted to go with him! :(
Before we went to the museum, we wanted to get something to eat and I remembered that Pirate O's ...
... We went in on one arm of the lake and out another one on roller coaster roads. We enjoyed the downhills but were winded going uphill. As Betsy noted, we exercised all of the gears. We returned to camp for a siesta before dinner. The wind continues to blow but no rain in the forecast. After dinner, we walked down to the lakeside, around to a marina and back uphill to our campsite. We had an early night, though I finished reading Flash Boys. Wall Street is messed up, but the ...
... What used to be Lake Bonneville long, long ago is now the precipitate of the dried prehistoric lake (Salt) It is literally miles on end of salt fields. We were very lucky to walk around on the dried salt flats, which is typically wet or under water for much of the year, but dried and crystallized during summer months. COOL! Brought some ...