Tammy and I arrived in Salt Lake City yesterday around noon without issue. After spending the afternoon exploring Antelope Island, located in the Great Salt Lake, we then set our thoughts on today's activities.
Today was nothing more than a nice Sunday Drive. It was nearly 400 miles long, but when you have all Sunday, who cares. The drive took us north from Salt Lake City, Utah to West Yellowstone, Montana. On the way we drove the Logan Canyon Scenic Drive, stopped at Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge for some bird watching (and a momma and baby moose), drove through parts of Idaho and Wyoming, and generally saw lots of mountains and wide open, see-for-forever plains. Yes, today was a four state, 392 mile, Sunday drive.
Google recently simplified the process of embedding Google maps in other web sites, including blogs. So, when I printed the directions for today's drive, I was able to get the code to embed it in this post. I have taken about 400 pictures between yesterday and today, but have not gone through them yet to find nice ones to share.
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