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After a good night's sleep, we headed out towards Salt Lake City in Utah. We were in a hurry because we had an 11:00 am appointment in Salt Lake City for an oil change for our beloved little van.
But first we crossed the salt flats, which was another world altogether: http://www.utah.com/playgrounds/bonnevi lle_salt.htm
Then after our Salt Lake City ...
... miles of snow fences along the highways! (Square miles of forests must have been cut to construct these large fences -- reminiscent of the Vatican's forests felled for the scaffolding for the construction of gothic cathedrals in Europe in the Middle Ages.).
Well, I'm off for another swim in the hotel pool and then to bed. John's working on his email. He says he joins me in thinking of you all with affection and...... even love!
... Freestyle days are adjustments to the regularly scheduled program. If we find a place we absolutely love we can stay longer than we planned. Conversely if we are not happy where we are we can leave early and earn more free time. Flaming River Gorge was a spot where we picked up 2 freestyle days.
The destination was Firehole Canyon Campground in the Flaming River Gorge Recreation area in Wyoming. En route we stopped ...
This morning was beautiful at Carmela Winery. http://www.carmelavineyards.com/. I walked to the state park, 3 island crossing.
Otherwise, not much to report today. Hot and windy like yesterday. Drove outside Ogden, UT. Leisurely stroll through Rock Springs, WY. ...
... Boise was really busy. The curvy road we were on was crowded with rafters heading up-stream. We are adding "rafting trip" to our bucket list.
We stayed in Twin Falls on Sunday night. Boy, I didn’t even recognize Mountain Home,Burley and Twin Falls. I think the kids and I stayed in Twin Falls about 13 years ago. These were old, quiet little towns. Wow, have they grown and expanded. There were new businesses and homes ...