Super 8 Salt Lake City/Airport
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Did a job, decent location and had all the facilities you'd need at the end of a trip.
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Today we reluctantly left Yellowstone and our posh (but unsustainably expensive) accommodation and re-did the same drive, but in reverse back to Salt Lake City. As we had nothing else planned that day other than the 5-6 hours in the car we milked every last minute out of our cabin, checking out at exactly 11.00am.
... mostly thought of a broad thickness, even though the "B" width can be the women's reasonable or standard width. When you really don't realize your very own typical dimension together with thickness, it really is really proposed anyone go to a area footwear store to generally be properly sized. The timberland earthkeepers is nice shoes. Then you certainly make the choice your major utilization of the sneakers. Even though you ...
... as well - a big double bed made out of what looked like tree trunks and I am sure it had leaather covered pillows (photo was taken). Bob picked up a lovely black rug which he wanted to take home but no room on the bike. The rug was sheep skins sticked together to make the shape of a bear skin - it was hard to spot the difference. We eventually found lunch in another adjoining room which was a ...
... home front, we realized that our Father in Heaven had been trying to get us home for a couple of weeks. Had Scott not had a bulged flat new tire, and heat stroked, we would not have rented the truck. Had we just biked our new route, we would have been in canyons, with no reception for days. We would have been on increasingly dangerous roads. We were needed at home and were guided back in spite of ourselves. The twins have not yet arrived, false alarm, but they played ...
So after riding, off we went to Main Street in Park City to look around. Its the original street when Park City was a silver mining town all those years ago. Park City has an interesting history - a silver town that basically shut down after silver production slowed down, the town became an official ghost town in USA history until some smart folks applied and got a US government grant to set up a ski resort. What foresight and today ...