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... and got my go pro ready for this journey into the unknown. Down I went as fast as the cart would carry me. It was like being on a waterslide, only you are in a cart with wheels. Tons of fun, and a quick way to make my descent off the mountain.
After my thrilling ride I had some lunch in town at the cutest little bookstore/coffee shop called Atticus. It had such a great atmosphere, and the people there were so friendly and nice. I ...
Friday July 18, 2014
Today we headed north on I-15 to UT 83 west and the“Golden Spike National Historic Site”.
This is the point at which the Central Pacific Railroad and the Union Pacific Railroad met on May 10, 1869 to create the first transcontinental railroad. They had crossed 1,776 miles
of desert, rivers, and mountains to join the east and west. There are two ...
To get to Salt Lake from Jackson we could cross the Teton Range or follow the Snake River. Initially we thought it would be interesting to cross the mountain and started driving that way. However, it has a 10% grade and after a few miles ("I think I can, I think I can...") Omar realized that the Suburban just...couldn't. So swallowing his pride, he turned around and headed back to the Snake River. It turned out to ...
... only order beer with food in the bars, unless you "join the club". More bizarre is the shops. Anything more than beer you have to go to the state liquor store to buy it, but just like Norway. And get this, they only sell beer in 6 packs. I went into the petrol station to buy a local brew, only to be told they could only sell me six ...
... back to Korea to sell. Would be a good way to make some extra pocket money.
And we didn't go skiing - don't know why but today we woke up completely sore and tired. I think it may have something to do with the dehydration while sleeping as the air here is so dry.
I will be putting on the alarm tomorrow morning to make sure we get up to hit the slopes.