Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Salt Lake City-Airport West
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Well it was a chilly wake up. I got up and moving around quickly. I wanted to upload some pictures and check out a couple of things online while I ate the rest of my cinnamon bun and a pear. After, I hung up my clothes and got everything pretty much unpacked.
Alix popped in around 1130am and asked if I wanted to go hiking. After a quick change and filling my camelbak, Alix and I jumped in the car with Persephone in the trunk! We drove straight ...
- Leaving Lava Hot Springs campsite for an hour and half drive over 60 miles to Caribou National Forest.
- Stopped off and took some pictures of the scenery.
- Left Caribou Forest and took a one hour and forty minute drive to ...
... the cheapest souvenir you can get. Just 51 cents and it's all yours. They travel light and compact. And when you get them home, you can store them in a memory book or display them in a frame.
I will never travel again without a roll of quarters and a fistfull of pennies.
... as well - a big double bed made out of what looked like tree trunks and I am sure it had leaather covered pillows (photo was taken). Bob picked up a lovely black rug which he wanted to take home but no room on the bike. The rug was sheep skins sticked together to make the shape of a bear skin - it was hard to spot the difference. We eventually found lunch in another adjoining room which was a ...
... airport in Tooele. Grantsville was larger (had a school and library), but without any “means of support” for the people except support for the ranches that surround it. I commented to Jim, “What do these people do for a living out here?” He replied, “They collect stuff and park it on their property.” We noticed that, like many other ranches in ...