Salt Lake City is an example of typical American flat sprawl, but today we went to Ogden, which looks a little more like the old-timey western town that you might expect to find out here.
But the best part of Dinosaur Park is their impressive display of fossils and minerals. Some of the best trilobites I’ve ever seen.
We left the park, had a Mexican lunch, and took a ride through the mountain pass up to Snow Basin, where, even though the air temperature was about sixty, there was a little snow in the shadows. Justin and I threw snowballs. It was clear that this was going to be the last warm day in Snow Basin for many months.
All good things must come to an end, however, and the next day we flew home to Louisville. We got to experience the wonderful new thinner seats that they are putting in airplanes these days. If you haven’t yet had the pleasure, think “plywood”.
We were lucky enough to be able to have a nice fried seafood platter, crawfish bisque, and sweet potato pecan pie at the Pappadeaux’s in DFW.