|Bonnieville salt flats|
We ventured out onto the flats, and sure enough, we were walking on salt. Some of us even tasted the white, salt-encrusted surface.
|Salt Lake Tabernacle|
|Temple Square garden|
What impressed me about the capital city of Utah was how clean it is. I'm sure the semi-arid climate is a factor. The tour guide informed us that you won't see any taxis lined on the streets, but that you can call for a taxi. And public transportation is free.
I also learned that Salt Lake city is most sustainable city in the nation through its conservation and environmental efforts. It's a city with a vision.
|Monument at This Is the Place Heritage Park|
|Utah State Capitol|
|A view of Salt Lake City from the bus|
It was time for my wife and I to relax and think about all the wonderful places we had visited: Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Yosemite National Park, San Francisco, John Muir Woods and Salt Lake City.
I'm looking forward to hitting the rails again for another adventure.
Until the next time...