Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Tooele
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... Abraham Lincoln's head atop a tall pediestal overlooking I80. Lincoln's head was built by Wyoming's Parks Commission to honor Lincoln's 150th birthday. It was sculpted by Robert Russin, a University of Wyoming art professor and a Lincoln fan (When he died in 2007, his ashes were interred in the hollow monument). Unfortunately at this time the head is missing. When ...
... there, their body language and communication changed. Whilst working with this group of adolescents for the week I was also introduced to another part of American culture I hadn't yet faced. Drugs. Smoking cannabis here seems to be the 'norm' for some of the younger generation. They explained where they would go to get their highs and whilst I am not naive and I'm more than aware our younger generations doing the same in the UK, there just seems to be more ...
... and generally keeping me on track although I do have to give her a talking to occasionally and let her know who is boss.
Bridget seemed to be very pleased with her new oil and filter and hopefully ready for the next 5000 miles of our journey!
Moregreat riding roads to though gorges up and over hills. Best of all the roads are good and there is very little traffic.
... say we were there... it's about an hour and a half from Tooele to the flats and it's a nice morning. Speed limit is 80mph, so we can make good time.. tunes on, top down and we cruise.... nice stretch of highway and easy traffic. We take the turn off to the flats which is just before a town called Wendover. The flats they race on runs parallel to the highway and yes! It is flooded.... I mean it is a lake after all. It's actually hard ...
... Denver. The grandparents headed to the Observation Car (aka Sightseer Car) to stake out seats for the spectacular climb out of Denver into El Dorado Canyon. The family room comes with up to 5 meals for it's occupants, so we feasted on omelette for the adults and pancakes for the kids.
After breakfast and after getting out of the Denver rail yard, we retired with the kids to our family bedroom. They were self-occupying with their ...