Motel 6 Salt Lake City South - Midvale
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This was a great location as well as property to settle in at for a few days. I would reccomend this property to anyone.
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... a lot about how we had all been together full time for 31 days. The next day we let the kids sleep in and then got started on our drive to Roosevelt-Tower for our horseback ride. Along the way we stopped at the Canyon Visitor Center and watched a film about the volcanic activity in Yellowstone. The horseback ride was terrific and everyone had a good time. Ben's horse was initially a little ornery, and Jacob's horse turned ornery later in the ride, bending their ...
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... one. Driving through Utah is very easy.
One stop was at Burger King. I haven't had burger king in years. I was pleasantly surprised-I thought I didn’t like it but I did-especially the fries.
After getting into town we went straight to the Natural History Museum (because it was closing soon) to see the dinosaurs. I was a bit disappointed since the dinosaurs except for one were models. I thought we were going to get to see real ...
... 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 ...
Late in the afternoon a storm blew in out of nowhere. It got really windy and started to rain. People in the pits were running around putting things away. The storm quit very quickly but a lot of people seemed to be done for the day so we left the pits and drove over to the starting line. There were people ...