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... out it is a closed base. Only authorized personnel are allowed on the base. The 143rd moved depleted uranium from Tooele to California for disposal some 10 years ago, so I knew the base had a lot of bad stuff to protect, It is a good thing the base has tight security. The drive also crosses the southern end of The Great Salt Lake.
... 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 ...
... way to Salt Lake City was a long long drive with very few signs of life along the way. There aren’t many towns, no trees and very barren landscape. As we drove past Lovelock we noticed a big ‘L’ carved into the hillside above the town and I said to Elvis ‘L for London’ and took a photo. The next town we came to was Carlin and there above the town a ‘C’ in the hillside. We looked at each other and ...
... bales of cotton.
Since early Utah residents were geographically isolated from manufacturing centers on the United States East and West coasts, they relied upon the Society and the annual exposition to learn new and better methods of farming and manufacturing.
Following Utah's admission as a state in 1896, the Deseret Agricultural Society came under the direct control of the state government. Its president and Board of Directors were appointed by the governor ...
... 9 lbs. Makes sense... walked everyday with a backpack/bag. Consumed less food due to budget and Europe's small food portions. I need to get that weight back.
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