Silver King Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... that picture. You could even see it in the landscape from one end of Idaho to the other. Boys were tremendous for the ride. Tommy's more than half way through one of his summer readings and annotations. I'm sure that'll be done by the end of the trip. I envy his studiousness. Chris has been plugging away on a book Tommy got in the scavenger hunt. Driving through Salt Lake City was pretty neat. The land was flat with typical tall buildings but all around it was ...
... Sue to see some of the things that I had remembered as being fun and beautiful. We had lunch one day a the K-Bar in Gardiner, Montanan, a place where I has spent many off work hours. Also swimming at the Firehole River brought back lots of memories. I was really pleased that we hiked as much as we did and got to see so much wildlife. As we left the park, Abe asked me what, beyond the constant minor and major mechanical problems, what the toughest part of the ...
... nazi, paedophile, money grabbing etc etc's This, I feel was largely down to him having lost some money from his work place, with a Mormon boss, but I really couldn't give two ***** at this point! To be honest, I don't really know much about the Mormon religion (other than what I've seen on South Park!) so wasn't really in a position to have an educated discussion or argument about it. Not that it stopped this dude, who was getting more intense and angry about it, before ...
... Luke, Garrison, and I went out to lunch and walked around our neighborhood, which as I said was a VERY cool one.
The next day we went to the iconic Space Needle. At the top of the Needle, we could see all around us. It was very cool. On the elevator ride down, the man operating it was pressing us for questions. One man asked, " What's the strangest question you've ever got? ". Without hesitating a moment, the man replied, " Is that Japan? ". Referring to the land ...
... ranger confirmed my fear that there was no legal way to get onto the island by bike. According to the ranger, one had to at some point travel the interstate to get there. It is illegal to cycle on most interstates in Utah and the majority of other states. I think there are maybe 3-5 states that allow cyclists on the interstate.
It was a possibility of course to call a car service and get a ride to the park. I guess I could have, I had the money. But I felt this was ...