M Star Hotel Heber City
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As we left and headed towards Salt Lake City, the storm was all around us. Because we were in the desert, we were able to see the storms all the way around us. The wind was blowing hard and both sides of the road were white salt. It started blowing across the road, and if we didn’t know better, you would have thought we were in a snowstorm. It was amazing.
We wanted to stop at the Great Salt Lake, but there was ...
... the place was full and there was some annual gathering going on so there were kids galore (this is Mormon country) and live music. Katherine took the kids to the rec room to play games and watch a DVD while I quickly got tea sorted. There were no complaints from the kids. They were wonderful. The only complaining to be heard came from us adults. Wi fi is weak so will have to post blog later. Time for another beer by the ...
... to the ground taking in all the new smells. Blue walks in a zig-zag pattern, so she doesn't miss anything. We inspected the large fire pit just off the road, and agreed that we should roast marshmallows later.
When we got back to the house, we made dinner, and Chris mixed more nectar for the hummingbirds. They'd already gone through the first serving! After dinner, we went for another doggy walk and inspected the picnic table by ...
... on clearance. And since I'd only brought a fleece hoodie, I found a winter jacket which fit perfectly, and was marked down 75%. Not bad!
After all that shopping, we took a ride to Park City, the ski resort where the 2002 Winter Olympics were held. Lovely old town, with lots of shops and restaurants. Tonight supper was at Flanagan's Irish Pub.
Check back tomorrow for more snow updates!
... rolled down his window and advised me not to do what I did again, as the metal grate was there to collect water into drainage pipes and the ground around it might not be stable.
I rode a few more miles along 189 and similar difficult conditions when finally another Utah Transportation worker waved to me and then advised me to get off of it. He said it was too dangerous for cyclists right now with the traffic and road maintenance. He told me to enter the nearby Provo ...