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... the start of the trip.
Tuesday night, Larry and Kathy made their special chili and Karen made bread and a cherry crisp for dessert. While food was prepared we all had rounds of Margaritas.
Larry’s chili was delicious with Karen’s garlic flatbread, and her cherry crisp is out of this world. We laughed and told stories, and even argued a little politics in a jovial sort of way. ...
I loved Salt Lake City. I met some amazing people here.
I walked around for a few with Gracie. Checking out the Temple and whatnot. Had some lunch.
Then I met Reed.
He showed me around the city and gave me SO MUCH information. He has lived there for 80 years, and he was a History teacher for a lot of them and a Principal for even more.
Then I met Ashley and Jeff. We hit it off ...
... of the premier resorts in the world, having hosted the 2002 Olympic Games.
Main Street has a lovely mix of shops, restaurants and bars including the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory where we gorged on caramel covered marsh mellows, chocolate covered strawberries and honeycomb, mint covered oreo cookies and salted chocolate covered caramel squares. I didn't notice it until we started eating the first chocolate but our bodies really ...
... horses. A farmer keeps his horses there and gives guided horse rides by appointment. It was getting HOT…104 when we got back in the truck.
We stopped at the "beach" area to wade into the Salt Lake. We met up with the Cooleys here, which was great because we were able to get some family pix. Nothing too exciting about standing in the Salt Lake, except when you get out you’re covered with salt. Even after washing off, you feel a layer of salt on ...
... It seemed quite out of place with both the town and the sign on the Church yard saying no gun.
The next stop was the “most photographed barn in the USA”. I have seen this image on many publications since we have been there and given how accessible it is I'm not surprised by the tag. It really Isa's pretty as the picture shows. There are a few other buildings left behind in what is known as Mormon Row. ...