La Quinta Inn Salt Lake City West
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... bathroom about six times (Dad) and went back home. Well, that is some summary of our five nights in Yellowstone. It was terrific. We went on two great hikes (the kids did great both days) and saw some unbelievable animals: bison, elk, coyote, big horn sheep, and a bear. Everyone slept well with the cold nights and mid-temp days in the middle 70s. We loved our horseback ride through the Lemar Valley. Best of all, my friend from college, Chris White and her husband ...
... we drove by these salt mountains I saw they were covered with sea gulls. Now I wonder how kosher seagull droppings are. We parked on Antelope Island and spent a few days. It was the time of the annual bison round up. There are around 700 bison on the island, a remnant of the once so plentiful animals in the west. We rode our bicycles over to the corrals and watched the herd milling around, some will be auctioned off to keep the numbers down and ...
... big boys word slips from my slips, this view would have to be to date, the most magnificent, spectacular view I have ever seen, in fact words cannot attempt to explain what we were looking at. We spent 45 minutes ogling the view which were only 50 metres to walk. After that we moved to Sunset Point and walked it Sunrise Point. We were so in awe and excited we got off the track and ended up Corral but soon got back on track. Once agin the views were breathtaking and each time ...
... installed anti-earthquake building supports. Salt Lake City sits on a fault line and Utahans know that someday they'll have a big earthquake. The supports are about 2 feet thick with a steel plate on top and bottom and a thick rubber ring encasing lead core. The lead melts when great pressure is applied. So when an earthquake hits, the supports will absorb the pressure and the building and dome will not ...
Today started off with a lot of driving, followed by some more driving, and then some more. It wouldn't have been so bad if there was actually something to look at! It was all sand and rocks. We eventually made it to a National Park stop that held the exhibit for the California trail. We stopped ...