SpringHill Suites Salt Lake City Downtown
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After leaving the beauty of Colorado, we were anxious to continue the magic and Utah, just west, was the ideal destination. Many don't know that Utah has just 2 million people and also more national parks than any other state. This is why, when you get there, you see the following:
1) Signs along the highway that say" "NO SERVICE FOR THE NEXT 160 MILES”. That means no exits, no gas, no washrooms, no nuttin’. ...
Lucas and Dennis went for one last off road adventure in the jeep as the rest of us slept in and relaxed. They went up and over Baby Lion's Back (they may try to pass this off as Lion's Back, which is bigger). They only broke a couple of rings on the Jeep/motorhome hookup device! As we headed toward Salt Lake City, we were debating on whether or not to stop when Licas mentioned a Facebook post by our former student ...
... to Cortez this turned in to a hard cold ride, thankfully not to long.
All the locals we have spoken to are saying that this weather is very unusual for this time of year and the forecast is not good for tomorrow but better for Monday.
... I sat down with Brooke and two other friends of the thrive group. It was really fun, we ate some nibbles, talked about our holiday and the different things Australians and Americans say differently!
Kimbo, Brooke's husband came home after work and started to play with the kids while we continued to to talk!
After the ladies left Nikki and I continued to talk with Brooke, kimbo and the kids! They were so cute and so funny!!!! We stayed up till about 10:30 and went to ...
... theory is that it will support the dome in a 7.3 level earthquake. Lilly says she’s going to be in Norway when the big one hits. ☺
Note: The architect that designed and installed the anti-earthquake measures is the uncle of the young man working in the visitor’s center on Saturday where we also meet his parents. Mom is the architect’s sister. It’s a small world.