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... into view ahead of us. After a point in time, we crossed the Wasatch Range coming out into the Salt Lake Valley below Provo, Utah. By the way, at this point of our day...it is ALL John's fault...we stopped at a Mickey D's for (imagine!!) a Chocolate Chip Frappe! Will wonders never cease!!
We then continued up the valley towards Salt Lake City. We were there and took a good tour of Salt Lake a couple of years ago so that was not on our "to do" ...
After a hot night we traveled on to Park City getting there about 1/2 hour before our appointment at Best Buy. The installer said the Sprinter install kit had been in their shop for years. We left it to be updated and walked to the Swaner Ecocenter for an hour. While on the way there we each earned a two dollar bill each answering a survey about Park City. We answered as best we could only being there 30 minutes. The Swaner Center is affiliated with Utah ...
... photos of the views outside, the leaves on the trees even a deeper colour than when we arrived last Friday.
We set off a little later this morning to avoid the early morning traffic. We headed off on the freeway that passes through Salt Lake City, 5 traffic lanes each side. Mountains on both sides of the city, in fact we had mountains in sight all day today as we traveled. Near the freeway we could see lots of industry and the huge copper mine was ...
... were swimmers or rather floaters in the lake. The lake itself is 75 miles long and 28 miles wide and at the deepest part only 25 feet. Four rivers flow into it with no outlet leaving high concentration of minerals, five times saltier than the ocean. Only brine shrimp, brine flies, and algae survive in the water. It is the biggest lake west of the Great Lakes. Tomorrow off to Seattle for Jan's 70 th birthday gala. I'll meet up with the Honey Badger in Rapid City on ...
... of the airport, is a place called Animal Ark.
Animal Ark (www.animalark.org) is a home of rest and recuperation for wounded, mistreated or orphaned exotic and regional wild animals throughout the region. They're inhabitants include tigers, cheetahs, black bears, badgers, owls, eagles, wolves, coyotes and mountain lions. They are well funded through donations and they have a lot of space. ...