A Visit to Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats
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Northwestern Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats is one of the largest salt flats in the United States. Instagrammers visit the white, crystalline natural wonder to capture scenes of its otherworldly landscape. The salt flats appear endless in the dry seasons, but when covered with rain water it becomes a giant mirror reflecting the sky and whatever stands on its surface.
In addition to providing an incredible photogenic draw for individuals, the Bonneville Salt Flats is also known for the many commercials filmed there and the numerous land speed records—the name for the highest speed achieved by a wheeled vehicle on land—that have been set there in recent history.
sometimes i think that i am not so stereotypical of an american
and then i remember that i consider the coke freestyle machine one of the greatest modern inventions
i mean look at this thing
over 100 choices, computerized mixing, one spout, touch screen, ice dispenser
tha guy on the cliff he just finished highschool and what he did was he threw all his school papers and books over the cliff screaming “take that” personally i think that its really cool because in a way its like hes free. He went through four years of studying,exams,memorizing things that didn’t even matter but now he’s free now he can finally be free and i bet its the best feeling in the world
great, now all the birds and shit gonna be learning human knowledge. get ready for society to be conquered by animals. look outside and a deer is riding a bicycle down the road. stuck in line at the grocery store cause some rabbit is arguing with the clerk about a coupon. fish swims up the toilet while youre droppin a log, asks to borrow some salt. thanks a lot, guy on the cliff
when I was in the seventh grade I accidentally got invited to a birthday party but the kid realized he sent me an invite and told me not to come and I was just sadly watching people post on Facebook about how they were getting ready and then out of nowhere a giant blizzard knocked out power for the entire town and they had to cancel and that’s why I believe in god