TownePlace Suites Salt Lake City Layton
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We found out yesterday that the Bonneville Speedweek has been cancelled :-(...We had organised to have a Dodge Challenger to drive out to the salt flats, but due to it being rained out, we cancelled the car. So we went to Hobby Lobby again and bought about 15 really cool signs for Glens bar. This place e is great, has everything. Went back to the room and took the opportunity to just chill out today. Whilst looking for something to do tonight, I found a concert not far from ...
... features on an active volcano in the early 1800s. Crazy. On our way out to Artist's Point we saw some bison, which we thought would be our only sighting. We were wrong, but I'll wait to say more about that in a bit. Friday we set out on a hike and more exploring. We went to Bunsen's Peak to do a 3 mile hike that rose about 1400 ft. The kids did great and the summit revealed a 360 degree view of the valley. Along the way there was a bird that the kids dubbed our ...
... 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 ...
... And this was also the day before the Prem Season started. At least he was knowledgable, and knew about Leeds (rubbed in the Fa cup win) but yeh massive football fan. Wasn't until I got back to his house later on and discovered it was pretty much a scum shrine that the banter became a bit more serious! Still, that night, went out for a few drinks. He himself was brought up as a Mormon but didn't really follow the religion closely any more, but was happy to educate me ...
... I just love seeing the world.
So I made my way back to the now familiar KOA Kampground in SLC. It was nice to see it again. I even started to remember the sights on Redwood Road as I rode the opposite way. Some of the people even recognized me when I got back there. Made myself some dinner in the little general store they had (didn't know you couldn't put metal in a microwave!). And back to my little tent site.
Tomorrow I would go explore Salt Lake City.