- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... These machines finish the bottom and edges with multistage grinding wheels. This machine first grinds the base, next the edges are beveled and sharpened to either the manufactures specifications or to your own requested angles. Then they hot wax and finish before heading you back to the slopes. Some of the wax is a small bar and can cost $300 to $400.00.
Erik is an accomplished skier ...
... to South Temple St lol) Gotta love a cheap bus system! haha
Anyway we were in Salt Lake City finally and after visiting the tourist centre (were a lovely old man helped us out and gave us some great advice) we tracked to our hostel.
Unfortunately Salt Lake Cities main attractions are the mountains during winter and the lake which we did not see, as we did not stay very long.
The streets were empty ...
Ok, we were a little lazy today. Watched the British Open this morning.
We did a little tour of the New uptown of Park City.
I shot a few pictures of Tiger Lilies in the downtown area.
Going to a moving this afternoon -- RED.
Turns out there is a reason Twin Falls, Idaho is named Twin Falls. There are, well, twin falls.
This area is one of the greatest volcanic plains in the world. Basalt lava flows dominate the landscape. About 11,000 years ago the Great Bonneville Flood took place. A big sucker of a natural lake collapsed ...
... and sten gun.
We saw various bronze monuments/statues. One depicting the family pioneers trecking with a handcart as they couldn't afford ox/mule/horse drawn wagons. Another depicting the seagull which followed the early farmers tilling the land - so what has changed? We get flocks of seagulls following the tractor & plough in the UK - makes you wonder why they are web footed ...