Lions Gate Manor
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A cool morning as we leave Moab at 7, with a last backward glance up the mountainside opposite our hotel at the Sunset Grill, where we had an excellent dinner last night. The restaurant was formerly the home of Charlie Steen, a local mining magnate who made his fortune in the town during the Uranium boom of the 1950's. The views across Moab are absolutely magnificent.
The first section of Highway 191 en route to Springville sees us ...
... into a covered booth to talk to a vendor and the rain started coming down. Thank goodness we brought the umbrella with us. By the time I was finished the rain stopped. We never had to use the umbrella. We walked around a bit and looked at what the other vendors were selling to our disappointment there weren't many. I guess the weather was keeping them and customers away. We grabbed a bit to eat and sat down to watch the pole ...
... and 20% solids.
*An 8 ounce baked or boiled potato has only about 100 calories.
*The average American eats about 124 pounds of potatoes per year while Germans eat about twice as much.
*In 1974, an Englishman named Eric Jenkins grew 370 pounds of potatoes from one plant.
*Thomas Jefferson gets the credit for introducing "french fries" to America when he served them at a White House dinner.
*According to the Guinness Book of ...
... and homemade raspberry sauce drizzled over the top…..YUM! They also served brownies with whipped cream and raspberry sauce too.
During our dinner we were entertained by a local musician who played on his guitar and sang well known songs.
After dinner we sat around and visited with the other guests while the kids enjoyed the beautiful creek side area with a teepee, swings, and walking path. At about 8:15pm we loaded ...
... a Hudson's Bay party was building a trading post of their own near the junction of Boise River with the Snake. They named the post Fort Boise, its purpose was simply to drive Fort Hall out of business. This they proposed to do using the almost limitless resources of the great English company to overbid Wyeth in the payment for furs and underbid him in the sale of goods to the Indians. This policy worked and Wyeth was never able to make a decent profit from the ...