Motel 6 Salt Lake City North - Woods Cross
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Vignette #2 – Body Art, Hats & Just Having Fun
Once a decent quorum of families had arrived, some the crafts Kathy and Misha (perhaps others I’m not crediting correctly) spilled out and took a little time for people to get into. The first I saw was henna tattooing. I’ve never considered a tattoo but I’ve always secretly wanted to try one out with the henna thing. I watched as the henna and applicator was ...
... to eat the grass that was plentiful in the Lemar Valley. The guides asked us to make sure not to let the horses eat because there are poisonous flowers out there, but I also think it's because if the horses top to eat on these rides, they'll never get home. After the ride, following our drive to pack a day with activities beyond belief, Abe and I decided we would drive to the Firehole River to see about swimming at a swimming hole we had confirmed earlier in the ...
... was very wide and quite crusty, to the lake edge. It was a bit smelly here but the view was absolutely amazing. It was probably our best sunset yet.
The sky transformed to a rainbow of colours behind the mountains, which were all then reflected on the still lake. It was seriously beautiful. After the last of the orange glow dulled, we snuggled up in our tent and listened to some howling. I think maybe coyotes or ...
Another mellow driving day with total trip time around 4.5 hours. We wanted to get into Salt Lake City early since we had intentions to do laundry and replace Canyon's iPad mini that was accidentally broken in Colorado Springs.
A comfortable departure time out of Grand Junction put us on the road mid morning. It was hot in Grand Junction, the hottest of our trip so far in the low 90s. The drive into Salt Lake City was pretty but not as spectacular as the ...
... in the trailer when we got up was 50˚ thanks to our trusty electric space heater that kept us a little warm. We had plenty of propane in the other tank and were soon warm after Jim switched to line to draw fuel from the full tank.
Most of our drive was along designated scenic highways and was really pretty. As we got closed to the Wasatch Mountains, we could see snow on top of the mountains, lots of snow. We ...