TownePlace Suites Salt Lake City Layton
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... on the bus about 8000 feet above sea level to get to Mt Rushmore to see the heads of the Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt they are huge it is so hard to believe that it was built just buying using string to calculate the size of the heads and dynamite and hammers and chisels to create all the features of the faces. The detail was amazing you could see their glasses, collars and make out all their facial features which are ...
... zone. Whoops. The trooper comes to the passenger side window, startling Les who thought he was coming to my side. I quickly state my case that I thought I was in a 65, trooper proceeds to lecture me that I have to pay attention. He wants to know how I missed the 65 zone and truthfully I don't know, most times I see the speed corridors and reduce my speed to an acceptable level. I state that I may have been changing lanes, which Linda finds to be a ...
... to get through customs and then we had to go through a long security line.
Once we were on the plane, it felt so good to finally be on our final leg home. We had a great time in Mazatlan, but we're undecided if we'll be able to go next year....I guess we'll ...
... According to them, Our energies mesh. I like that. and I believe it. They were great people. They let me stay at their house, and take a shower there.
I didn't want to leave. But I have to get to California, now.
I'm going to meet up with Max at some point. I think that fate is bringing us together for a reason.
My pictures won't upload on here right now...
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A few photos at the salt flats and we set off on our long journey south into the desert.
Driving past Salt Lake City took us across both dry and wet salt lakes for miles without having to turn the wheel. One stretch was probably fifteen miles - going across a flat desert landscape that smelt of the ...