Residence Inn Salt Lake City Sandy
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... Turns out it is extremely easy to spot bison- they are bloody huge! Like big gentle giants, they had very cuddly looking fur and big dopey faces. Pretty amazing creatures to watch, and we saw plenty- mainly further away but quite a few up close too. We also spotted some antelope, large hares and a fox-type thing.
We parked up at a trailhead for Dooly Knob, which was a climb up to the islands centre ridge. We ...
... house and hooked up to his electricity, because our refrigerator does not work well unless it has electricity. After greetings with Bill and nephew,Evan, we all gathered in Bill's car and drove to a nearby restaurant called Famous Dave's and had a nice BarBQ dinner. After dinner, we visited a while while watching BBC News on his giant screen TV and then went to bed early, Tomorrow, we will head north into Idaho.
... its very much like the gigantic Las Vegas hotels, if you know what I mean. They also have ski valet, which means we picked up our gear right in front of the gondola - and thats where we returned it too...hop off the gondola and give our heavy gear to a hotel attendant - super convenient. There isn't much of a town here at the base of the mountain - the place has a big apartment complex feel rather than a quaint ski village. For that, we had to go ...
... cliff, an 1800's graffiti site.
Then we drove and drove, and somewhere we passed from the prairie to the mountains and entered the west again. When we came into the valley I cried. Not because I was glad to be home, but because our adventure was over. What a journey.
4570 miles, 274 hours, 12 states, 5 state capitols, 7 "Little House" tours, 2 Laura pageants, 4 campgrounds, 3 B&B's, 6 ...
... height: 22px;">Fourth, LDS church history. Well we will be following the pioneer trail so we are going to see a few of the places we haven't seen yet- like some of the actual wagon trails, Winter Quarters and some of the camps in Iowa and the Nauvoo Temple which wasn't open last we were there.