Silver Baron Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and is very dry so even short hikes require water bottles.
We decide to attend a ranger talk and so we head to the Windows section of the park and join a small group ...
... was a big metal festival, with 10-11 bands all of which I really like! Got excited like a little kid, as had my eye on that tour before I went out, but meet expected any of the dates to line up :) Cancelled some of the arranged lifts south I'd just managed to sort out (probably cost me an extra $50 but meh) and decided to stay a couple of days more in Salt Lake just for that. Then managed to find another couchsurfing host for the following day so could escape from ...
Scott's parents, Ray and Olivia, had been inviting us to join them on their annual Mazatlan trip and we told them we'd let them know about a week before our scheduled arrival. Since we had been talking about going with them for several months, I decided back in August that I better get Maya's passport just in case. The most difficult part about getting her passport was getting Scott to meet me at the city building during the passport application office's working ...
On our way to Park City we stopped in Roosevelt, UT at a small park for a quick picnic lunch - tuna sandwich, pretzels and raspberry lemonade. Then we were on the road again. We stopped in Heber to grab some water and a snickers ice cream bar - yum! After our little pit stop, on to our final stop - the Martz’s. When we pulled up uncle Jim was there to greet us, and welcome us into their home with a cold beer. We unpacked the car and settled into our room. They wanted to take us out ...
... and then, the Bonneville Salt Flats…flat land with turquoise pools and dried up land, flat and white with salt. And the flats went on for miles and miles, all the way into Salt Lake City. We saw salt miles surrounded by huge white pyramids. And there were more turquoise pools with salt just floating on the top like whitecaps on the open sea.
One light in the tunnel…we stopped for gas and when I walked to the door of the mini mart, a young man opened it for ...