Howard Johnson Express Salt Lake City
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- I woke up at 11 and had a nice breakfast in my hotel
- Left to Salt Lake to visit my grandma Betty
- I arrived at 2 and she was very glad to see me
- At this point i had been low on funds
- So, i asked if i could work in her gun shop for the next 3 days.
- She agreed to it and said she would pay me 25$ for every gun ...
... 15 miles to Heber was exhausting, I don't know if I ever felt so tired in my life. But when I finally settled in Mac's Motel that night, I felt so at peace and content. The history and LDS culture of Utah can seem very alien but no one can doubt the determination of the pioneers and the uniqueness of what they have built out there. So that's Utah for me- I don't know how to sum it up exactly but I guess all its challenges or mysteries is what made it so ...
... to the 70's we worked at QFC together for years.....We visited for a few hours and when I got back was too tired to write my blog so sorry Bonnie for not having it ready for your reading this am.......but I sure did enjoy seeing you and Don.....you both look great. Safe travels back to WA. my friend.
All in all it was a great day especially with all the trails 37 miles we figured, and I want to say at least every 5th home along the trail was planting a garden.....it was beautiful.
... for my best camera and made due with a Pentax Optio W60 and a Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ2PP for rainy days. I would also advise bringing a pair of binoculars; our pairs ranged from 8x21, 8x42 and 7x50 and they all seemed sufficient, though stronger would probably be even better. Also, when researching Yellowstone I found the Yellowstone Insider website only a couple weeks before our trip, but found that site to be helpful.
We considered ourselves lucky to have gotten out ...
... looked at Morgan with a surprise look on his face and asked “Oh you speak French?” I’m sure the look on Morgans face was enough of an answer for the ignorant elder. It reminds me of another occasion when Morgan told a curious American that he was from France, to which he replied “Ohh French Canadian”. Morgan clarified that no he was from France. With a look of surprise he said “Oh from Paris”. Morgan corrected him and said he ...