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... valley appear in front of us. Which is how Salt Lake City got its name. We visited the first Mormon temple which was built in 1847 which is a stunning, huge building. Then we headed to the hotel to get some rest we had a huge day tomorrow we were going to walk Bryce Canyon 700 foot decline into the canyon and then a 700 feet incline to get back up. We had a later start today everyone was glad of a little sleep in. Before we left Salt Lake ...
... was a little nervous back at the house after that.
Another stop was the Indian Village, where Olav and Astrid danced with a couple of members of the tribe. This was a strange mix of old and new - tribal dances (with no words as it is the wrong season for words and would offend the gods) but with one of the old ladies sitting counting the tips throughout the dance and ...
... in a building
where the walls were lined with dollar bills. After lunch we witnessed a gun
fight between a bank robber, a bank robber-robber and a bank
robber-robber-robber. Did you get that? J
After that we went across Christmas Tree Pass in Nevada. I am just amazed at
all the rock formations we have seen and was not disappointed here either. Instead
of cactus there were scrub trees and ...
... Shave sign.
If a daisy is not
your favorite flower
don't keep pushing up
the miles per hour
means go slow
that old cow
is someone's beau
You can drive
a mile a minute
but there is no
future in it
try to avoid
that rundown feeling
The blackened forest
because he flipped
... on until we got to Williams best 66 town we visited full of life and plenty of buzz we viewed a few shops and had some good grub at a new cafe can't remember it's name. We moved along to make up time and stopped for the night at king man my memory isn't what it was so cant remember were we stayed or what else we sent that day I'm old now so onto the next ...
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