Value Place Provo, UT (American Fork)
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... types abound, and the boiling water that is clear blue and so cool (in temp) looking is really deceiving. The rain did cause us some stress; the lightening and thunder was huge and the dualing power of the interesting landscape with the fascinating and powerful activity in the air gave the whole experience a stronger sense of the power of the earth. I (Abe) should add that I was particularly excited to see Yellowstone after spending two summers there in 1988 and ...
... a national monument.
We checked into the KOA and then drove out to Great Salt Lake, dipped our foot in the water, it really stinks, drove a little ways farther to see some of the salt basin and called it a day.
The next day, we caught a Latter Day Saints van from the campground to go into Temple Square. Since we rode their bus, we had to take their little ...
So day 1 in the books late last night…3am east coast time by the time we made it to bed. Keep trying to tell myself that the 3.5 hour sit in Chicago and the cattle car mentality on Southwest was worth saving $1,500. But despite landing in a lightning storm, we made it to Salt Lake City! As you can see from the picture ...
... us on the right. The car behind us wasn’t so lucky. It hit the mattress which flew up into the windshield and over into the next lane. Thank God there was no accident, at least while we were there.
Interstate 15 runs north-south through a broad valley that is heavily populated. When we crossed the Oregon-Mormon-California trails on earlier trips, we read that the Mormons “settled in the broad Salt Lake ...
... arts organization in the United States.” Well I’ll be darned. Alice did her job, there is art everywhere you look – in the form of murals and paintings, marble busts and bronze sculptures. I think back to my meeting with Integrity, that good-hearted lion who welcomed me in. There are four lions in all, I learn; Honor and Patience sit at the west entrance. Each lion represents not only a desirable virtue but ...