Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel
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... in fields not far from cattle. And all along the road were snow fences built of rusting metal slats and aging gray wood, protecting the highway from snow drifts. Rainstorms came to us intermittently as we made more progress towards Salt Lake City and the lack of sunshine made for flat light for my photos. I took them anyway. I had to.
We arrived in Salt Lake at 4:30. Tomorrow we drive to Moab, Utah and plan to get a start on Arches National ...
... of what could be a few busy days at Yellowstone!
N & J
Morning rain, hot and sunny at the Salt Flats
P.S. If visiting the Salt Flats on a sunny day...remember sunglasses! It is so white that it makes me look tanned! (J)
SLC to West Yellowstone
Today was mostly spent driving. Its about 230 miles from Salt Lake City to West Yellowstone and it took about 6 hours to ...
... Dinner at Red Rock Brewery. Tuesday am breakfast at Eva's Boulangerie then city walk and hike up the City Creek Canyon followed by another swim. Then picked up Jake for outing to Park City then quick tour of Salt Lake City. Nice outdoor lunch in Park City then stop for waffles in the late afternoon. Wonderful massage at Massage Envy in evening with dinner of a pera pizza (light 5 cheese spread with pears, pistachios, onions, basil) - delicious. Home ...
... be our only opportunity to just drop everything and do something spontaneous. It's truly amazing how the stars have aligned for the three of us to be able to do this at this time.
A lot of planning went into the preparation of this trip. We had a short window of time to figure out the details, but after many days and long hours at my house, Village Inn and the Marriott Library at the Utah ...
KK: The whole beehives on road signs thing that they do in Utah is freaky enough – you feel that if you are not fully attentive you will find yourself working as a drone in some sugar sweet community of obedience for the rest of your life. Apparently only 40% of people in Salt Lake City are Mormons but that is a lot of people. How much you know or want to know about Mormons is up to you but it seems like a massive communal delusion into ...