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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We didn’t have concrete plans for this day. We just wanted
to get up to the Salt Lake City area and perhaps a little bit further towards
Grand Teton. A nice man working at the hotel gave us a good tip on how to cut
through Provo to swing through Park City as well.
We walked around Park City and had a nice lunch, sitting
outside and ...
... into our own driveways. We're planning on being on the road by 5 AM to beat some weather that is coming into Fillmore in the early morning (chances for thunderstorms jump from 0% to 50% between 5 AM and 6 AM). I'm setting an alarm for 4 AM so I can brew coffee and dump the tanks before waking up Cindy. Tomorrow morning should be much warmer than this morning in Thayne! With our early departure, we're hoping to be home before 10 AM so we ...
... fossils, topaz and other kinds of minerals. And so this is how we have come all the way to this place in the middle of nowhere 30 miles from Delta camped on a dirt road under the stars. Tomorrow morning, after driving for 20 miles on this dirt road, we will search for fossils.
This is one of the things we love the most of our trip: being able to change plans so we can discover and learn together. It is so ...
... of uplift. Faulting occurred and whole sections of rock subsided into the areas between the domes. In some places, they turned almost on edge. The result of one such 2,500-foot displacement, the Moab Fault, is seen from the visitor center.
As this subsurface movement of salt shaped the landscape, erosion removed the younger rock layers from the surface. Except for isolated remnants, the major formations visible in the park today are the salmon-colored ...
It's 4 am, and the dogs are all passed out. Everyone is finally calm. Out of nowhere Chris starts bellowing from the back of the car. He scared the hell out of Steve and the rest of us! He just kept screaming! We were baffled and irritated. Finally, he slowed down enough to articulate that his legs were cramping up.
He was hysterical, and the dogs snapped into high alert. The dogs on our laps started digging their paws into our thighs ...