Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Spring break in Utah

Michael and I at Solitude Ski Resort
Michael at a mogul piste

Enjoying a beer in the sun after a great day of skiing at Solitide
We had paid for three days of skiing and thus had one extra day to do whatever we wanted. We rented a car and drove south to see some of the hot springs in the Diamond Fork canyon. It was a bit more than an hour drive and an hour hike to get to the springs, the weather was not a good as the previous days, but still quite warm and the sun was up.
A Waterfall in Uinta National Forest, Diamond Fork river
Michael in the hotter spring
Michael and I in one of the hot springs
On the way back from the springs we stopped to see some of scenery 

Wednesday morning we went to Salt Lake City for a couple of hours before we had to go to the airport. We saw Temple Square and walked the streets that are made as a grid plan with streets going only south-north or east-west, and had a coffee and a hot chocolate at a café Downtown.

Michael in front of the Salt Lake Temple

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