Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel
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... to recruit me. Which was rather amusing.
More photos below of sexy salt and stuff.. oh and Baz. We thought a payphone was rather amusing in the middle of nowhere.
I also erupted into laughter at one stage because a road side sign said something about radio coordinates for the truckies and ...
... He pulled a can of WD40 from his backpack and carefully oiled the drive chain while slowly pushing the bike forward to reach every inch. This was an old, Schwiin-styled bicycle with a small single cylinder motor that couldn't have been more than 50ccs, maybe smaller. Between the handle bars and seat and just below the frame was small gas tank. The bike was painted Army green.
This was the kind of bike that you pedaled to get started and use the motor to help you ...
... radius at 50 feet. My ears hurt after. In case you're wondering what I shot, it was a HK 9 mil with a long muzzle. The entire time. It was still fun.
Saturday and Sunday, he just kinda showed me around the city as much as he could. He's only been there about five months himself. It wasn't my favorite city, but it was a lot better than Boise. Oh, yeah. We got visited by way too many Mormons. Like ...
... to Salt Lake City we stop at Cove Fort, this was an unscheduled stop at a place Ron knew, he was just going to get brochures for the next trip, but we spent 20 minutes looking around the old Mormon fort, beautifully kept with very friendly folk in charge, pity we haven't got longer.
Just outside SLC we hit roadworks and an accident so it is almost 7pm when we arrive at Temple Square. Two young ladies are waiting to show s ...
... typhoid. If we were planning on camping, backpacking, or staying in homes of family or friends, we would be encouraged to get a rabies vaccine. Through my family doctor, I have just completed the series of shots for Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B so I should be able to eat at Taco Bell without fear of catching Hep A! Disclaimer: Several years ago there was an outbreak of Hep A in SLC that was traced back to a Taco Bell. ...