Silver King Hotel
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... blaring out sound from classic rock radio station.
arrived in SLC around 4pm and found a hotel. It's very nice and a hundred and ten years old. See web link below.
in here until Monday morning.
away for a wander round town so will update tomorrow!
we had a look around downtown and what a neat city these Mormons have got. God bless Donny and Marie!
we were taking photos when this guy ...
... familiar territory. As we zoomed past the exits to Bryce, Zion and Capital Reef National Parks we were momentarily regretful we didn't have more time to explore those amazingly beautiful places again. However new parks are on the horizon, with the Grand Tetons only a day away.
The trip was all dual lane interstate highway. Mountains were on our right not too far away, and we saw lots of agriculture, ...
... about 15 minutes early, but Patrick was ready and waiting to pick us up. We are now home -- the dogs have greeted us, most of the plants are still alive, and we have a pile of mail to sort through. Shouldn't take too long since most of it is junk that will find its way to the recycling can.
Home. The best place to be.
We had a marvelous adventure, seeing sights you can only ...
We successfully moved into our house and it has an nice feeling of home. We have been in Park City for a week now and it has been quite eventful. Our week so far has consisted or adventures like
Visiting Park City Mountain Resort
Shopping at Walmart (so good)
Finding our way around with the free bus service
... and businesses springing up in the valley east of the Oquirrh Mountains.
Back in my room, I read the brochure handed out at the visitor’s gate. Fascinating stuff.
- Mining began here in 1906 and plans are in place to extend the life of the mine to 2028
· The elevation of the Bingham Canyon Mine drops from 8,040 feet to 4,390
· If you stretched out all ...