Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Teton/Yellowstone RV Trip Day 15: Ogden to Salt Lake City

We got up early, drained the RV of all the essentials, and drove it back to Utah RV Rentals, where the checkin process revealed that we'd driven 300 miles more than our free allowance, used up 3.5 gallons of propane, and only used about 4 hours of generator. We got our free ride to the airport, but since our flight didn't depart till 9:50pm, and Delta wanted $50/person to fly standby on an earlier flight, we elected to spend the money by renting an SUV instead and driving up to Park City to have lunch, dinner, and enjoy the mountains.

Park City had these fun ski-resort things to do in the summer, like the Alpine Coaster, the Alpine Slide (which Bowen loved because he could do the controls, and so he did it twice, once with me and once with Grandma).

It's a nice town by American standards, but of course nowhere as picturesque or built with good taste as the equivalent European ski towns I've visited in the past summers.

The flight was easy and non-descript, and we were happy to be sleeping at home instead of a cramped RV.
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