Motel 6 Salt Lake City South - Lehi
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Clean but basic
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We headed off from Stone Lizard motel in Blanding...nice comfy rooms and nice owner. He printed out a map for us to go through the Canyonlands. We actually slept in till 8.30am
We had breakfast at Montacello at the Peace Tree Café - it was very querky and had beautiful hummingbirds outside. They are so tiny. We were welcomed by other …
... primitive hand tools lots of volunteer labor and oxen to haul the rocks. We continued on our own doing a walking tour of the area. We went to the 24th floor of an office building for a great view of the city, we saw the convention Center and went to City Gate, a very nice downtown shopping mall, for lunch. We spent the rest of the afternoon at the KOA enjoying the swimming pool. After dinner we went shopping at The a Gateway shopping ...
... ancient people had fires. I pointed up and said "Look at how high that... smoke... dust.... went." While technically correct, Josh insists I use the scientific name "Soot" for the remainder of the trip. 4. While sitting on a rock waiting for sunset Josh pointed out a strange bird. "Look at that weird little bird! It's got a tail that puffs out like a peacock. Oh wait that's a squirrel." Any time one of us sees a bird fly across the mountains we say "check out that ...
... log cabins. These were really cute, and nice to stay somewhere different. The night was free so Jarrod and i headed off to a little place called Grannys for some "home cooking" as they called it. It was a nice little town, and Jarrod summed it up perfectly, soemwhere that my dad would love. Everyone seemed to be driving an F truck of some sort, or a Chevrolet truck. The next day we headed to Yellowstone National Park. WOW is all ...
Couldn't go to Utah without visiting Salt Lake City, and funny enough it took us nearly a month after we arrived in Utah to get there.
A little bit about the city:
The city was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young, Isaac Morley, George Washington Bradley and several other Mormon followers, who extensively irrigated and cultivated the arid valley. The LDS were seeking an isolated area ...