SpringHill Suites Salt Lake City Downtown
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... up to get a book of Mormon and I intend to read it when we get back, I genuinely find it interesting but have no intention of joining the religion! They are quite fascinating as a religion and if you're interested leave your number and we'll call you ... No seriously I'm not going to talk you through it all but if you ask us when we're back we can tell anyone who's interested, like I say quite fascinating. Few pictures of their buildings ...
We packed up the campsite and went to the Junior Ranger Headquarters at Moraine, where the kids turned in their ranger books and were sworn in as RMNP Junior Rangers. From there we headed out on the Trail Ridge Road, a gorgeous and scary drive over the Rocky Mountains, with switchbacks and hairpin turns, skirting terrifying edges. It was so beautiful. We climbed (by car) up into the alpine tundra, which was unlike anything we ...
... on Facebook that evening, and received lots of loving, supportive comments. I thank everyone for the kind words. They have really made a difference!
On a lighter and sweeter note, we stayed with the most delightful Couchsurfing hosts, Mike, Katie, and their 1 year old daughter, Abby. They invited us to their regular family dinner on Sunday evening with Katie's family. They were a very nice, welcoming family, and ...
... crops, and typical American red and white barns – quite a standout against the green fields, brown earth and mountains in the background – another lovely part of the world ! Also at Alpine – like Jackson – there was an Elk Reserve which was developed to help feed Elks in winter but also to stop them roaming around the town – so far so good !
We then passed through the Star Valley at the southern end of The ...
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25 in our tour group ended their tour in SLC.
The pictures from Bryce Canyon to Grand Canyon will show off some of the geological wonders we have in the US. One of the wonderful surprise not on our itinerary on the second half of this tour was our stop at Seligman, Arizona, on the old Route 66. The pictures will have to tell the "story." The "old-timers" will really appreciate it.