Howard Johnson Express Salt Lake City
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We get to eat in tonight, thank you Harmons Grocery Store
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... and meltdown on January 3, 1961, killing its three operators. The event is the only known reactor incident in the United States which resulted in fatalities. Because of the nuclear contamination, the 3 personnel were buried in lead coffins. And to think we actually had lunch there!
We made Salt Lake City late in the day and checked into the La Quinta. Our first hotel in 14 days.
PS. Sorry for the long post. Roz has been driving all day and its boring just sitting ...
..so we boarded the back-up plane for Salt Lake City, got comfy in our seat (on this flight we got separated and I ended up in the back of the plane) ..and waited for departure..for the longest time! After what must been at least 30 minutes the captained announced that they had problems with one of their communication computers but were working ...
... br> For lunch we went to The Burger Bar in Roy, Utah and got some exotic burgers, home-made onion rings, and shakes. We shared a buffalo burger and an elk burger, both of which were mean, lean and delicious! This was our fourth DDD stop so far!
Finally, we hit the road and left Utah for Idaho!
... and drinking milk to cool our mouths down.
The next day was very much a very lazy day. In the evening we then went to visit Tyler and Lisa, one of the families that I stayed with when I was working in Utah. They very kindly took us out to Kobe – a superb Japanese Steakhouse where the chefs put on a show cooking the food in front of you. As Tyler and Lisa were regular customers, we were treated to a sample of ...
... s Landing. It was the perfect ride for the desert, not too long and not too short and a complete surprise. Never knew it was there even though I thought there couldn't be a road (or a bar) we hadn't traveled over the 5 years we lived there. Lessons learned: 1. Never turn your back on a kid with a garden hose (it's a weapon in their hands). Thanks Aralyn for the wet ass. 2. Even the familiar has new avenues to explore when ...