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Monday, February 11, 2013


Welcome Back for the next state in our 
great adventure

 We could drive for miles and miles and miles...

Along the way you would see ranches 
with no one else for miles around.

We stayed in  Salt Lake City. 
The picture above is the city from a park we drove up too for a nice evening walk, 
and another beautiful sunset.

Mortan Salt refinery.  Along the way through the salt flats.  

This train was full of some type of mineral. 

Starting to get into more of the mountains, 
I could just imagine riding along in the wagon, seeing a tribe of indians along the ridges. 

Hope you enjoyed the ride.  Come back and visit our next state!
Blessings, Debbie

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SmilingSally said...

I love salt and eat too much of it. I love your blues; thanks for sharing.

Happy Blue Monday, Debbie.

Pie said...

Wonderful shots.

LV said...

Glad you let us join you on your outing. That will be the only way I will ever see that part of the world.

Ann said...

Those salt flats are amazing, never invisioned it like that. That mountain range is gorgeous!!! Beautiful pictures Deb.

Jesh St Germain said...

Thanks for sharing =this summer we were in Southern Utah to visit Bryce Canon and Zion Nat. Park with the red rocks. So i quess Utah has greatly diverse landscapes:)

Madame said...

Beautiful photos - thanks for sharing!

NatureFootstep said...

A great tour I believe. I was there once but did not see much as we were on our way to Yellowstone. Would love to go back.

bettyl said...

That's one state I never got to. Love the photos, the snow looks wonderful. And cold.

Laura said...

beautiful land and sky scales!