Motel 6 Salt Lake City West Airport
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The front receptionist was fantastic She confirmed our reservation as to what was requested and provided us with the exact room we needed. It did not have as fridge, she offered to change us to a room that did, but was on the 2nd floor; When I told her my husband didn't want the 2nd floor she offered to get a thermal container to help. She went above and beyond the norm.
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... and yelled out, 'That restaurant!!!' Harper braked sharply and I told him to keep going, we had to get to the ghost town before dark. I explained to him that the restaurant we just passed was featured on the paranormal show, The Dead Files. I couldn't remember much of that particular episode, just that there was something going on in the restaurant and that the basement had gambling and boxing way back when.
We arrived at the ghost town around 8pm. The sun had set and ...
... etc with a running commentary. The beds had a rolling pin built into the head to be used to flatten out the lumps in the corn-stuffed mattresses. The 1860's dark wood furniture was stained with ox blood and sealed with butter milk which gives it a sheen and takes away the blood smell. Very interesting place. The talk on the bus before we arrived was about the book 'Nineteenth Wife' about the 19th wife of the head of the Church who defected and ...
... I went to did not have tent spaces. I already met nice folks here, Luke and his wife both from Brazil. They are headed home after 3 months travel.
Pic 7 - I Deserve this!: Much deserved beer, if you ask me! This beer is ice cold. Can't believe the campground has beer. I like this place!
Pic 8 - End of Day Miles: That's it for the end of this day. Includes 15 miles I had to back track because of bad KOA info. Riding through the desert really takes it out of ...
... in Fischfutter für Aquarien und Fischzuchtanstalten . Ich schaue auf die Berge von Salz auf der anderen Seite des Sees, es kommt als " Sea Salt " , Wasserenthärter und Streusalz in den Handel. Wir verwendeten dieses Salz auch für die Kaviarproduktion , war es koscher zertifiziert. Wundert mich schon ob Mövenkot auch kosher ist, denn als wir and diesen Salzberge vorbeifuhren , waren sie mit rastenden Möven besetzt. Wir fuhren nach Antelope Island ...
... with beer, hot dogs and other snacks. Should be fun.
In the afternoon, we made a quick trip to SLC to reload on some Korean food - This time "Seoul Market" was open, decent selection but so much more expensive than stores in California. Only one of the few Korean supermarket options in SLC so tough luck for us.
Very happy with my cooking tonight - its great when the Korean wife says the Korean food is good :D