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Travel Blogs from Park City
Early morning departure so Caroline could get back to work at Yellowstone and we could get on to Park city. On our way over the Bear Tooths this m We ended the evening. orning, we saw lots of shaggy long-haired white Mountain goats, more beautiful wild flowers and stopped to look at the amazing mountains all around us. Then through Yellowstone once more and we gaped at a huge Elk and herds of bison. We are really sad ...
... Canyon. While it took a while to drive there, and there was one stop at Paint Pots that Abe insisted on that wasn't as interesting as we'd hoped, the swimming was fantastic. Lots of people were there, enjoying the river and the comfortable but cooling temperatures of the water. At the deepest levels in the river some college-age boys hiked to the top of a cliff, nearly 30 ft. in the air, and jumped off. The current was strong enough to keep kids from easily ...
... br> Even on the off season this is a busy park and so we head to the most popular areas first in hopes of avoiding crowds. We decide to see the Delicate Arch first since it is the symbol of the park and also ...
... was open. We got a cab in and walked for ages - in total we found about 3 restaurants. We had a meal that took ages to arrive so e would have eaten anything put in front of us.
The cabbie on the way back was a Spaniard who arrived in a long wheelbase suburban, Spanish music blaring and was not afraid to voice his opinion regardless of whether we agreed or not. A few laughs and he was not the most patient of people at the lights. Tomorrow, it's ...
... into the flats a little bit, and checked out all the salt. Pretty cool up close, but when you're on the road, not as much.
From the salt flats, we continued into Park City, getting a view of Salt Lake but not Great Salt Lake, before we got off the Interstate. It was really kind of a surprise to us to see all the salt piled up at the edge of the lake where the small waves crash on the side. Definitely ...
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