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- March 12, 2007 at 6:46 pm #238834BiggerPiggyBank
Re: Budget101.com : trip to yellowstone
You might look into yurts in Yellowstone. They are a large round tent
(native to Mongolia) and they usually come stocked with bunks and a stove,
sometimes even cooking utensils.There is a theme park not to far from slc called lagoon. it is only open
memorial day to labor day, but it is a really nice and clean park and there
is a huge water park in the center called lagoon-a-beach. we have gone a
couple of time and it is best to plan for one day for the amusement park
and one day for the water park.
we went this past summer and rented an rv
(we live in idaho, about 8 hrs away). There is a rv park next to lagoon
with lots of huge trees and it was wonderful to park the rv there so we
could go out and make our own food instead of buying it in the park. also,
if you stay at a hotel, many of them offer discount tickets to lagoon.
there is also a national park where they have dug up several dinosaur
bones. and than there is the air force base that has an awesome military
airplane history museum! also, utah is the home of promontory point, where
the united states was connected by railroad tracks.in the historic part
of slc is a train museum.
if you google slc you should be able to find out this info
wife of 1 and Mother of 5
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