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Here is a selection of a few furnished, rentable office spaces, all within 30 minutes of downtown Salt Lake City.

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Here are photos of 4 boutiques in the Salt Lake area.

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Photos taken between 12:00pm and 2:00pm on December 1, 2010.
Weather was overcast with occasional sunlight.

Notes from interview with tour guide at Salt Flats included below photos, as well as audio of Mike (my business partner) interviewing the tour guide.

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Notes:

Last time we went out about two miles into the salt flats. Today, the entrance to the area was not passable due to mud and soft salt so we hired a local guide to take us on an alternate route in his four wheel drive vehicle.

Much of the area was muddy and there were random ponds and large areas of standing water. We headed out into the widest area of the salt flats and found some relatively dry areas. The guide said that it has been an unusually wet year and about 30 degrees colder than normal.

The salt was more grey than white, which is typical from this time of year. Our guide said that the salt wont look very white again until spring.

We found a dry area on the speedway where the ground was firmer because of the cold. We took some pictures standing on the marker where they start the races. This area would work for driving shots but only if the conditions were similar to today.

Our guide said that the weather on the salt flats is extremely variable and hard to predict. If the weather remains dry for the next three weeks, the conditions would probably be pretty decent for driving shots. If any storms move in, the whole speedway could be under three inches of water and salty mud. When asked what the chances of finding 5 miles of nice looking, firm, and flat driving area would be during the third week of December, he answered,  “Less than 50%”.

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All photos taken at the Bonneville Salt Flats, just outside of Wendover, UT.
Photos taken November 27, 2010, between 10:30am and 12:00pm.
Weather is overcast, snow visible on many of the mountains on the horizon.

Conditions on the Salt Flats: Snowy in some places, wet in some. There are areas that are dry, but as shown in the photos the top crust is dry, but in places the salt layer is not very thick and just underneath is largely muddy in the areas where we were. I’ve included one photo of my business partner standing on the crust so you can see the amount of mud we got from his standing there.

Also, it is important to know that if you are taking vehicles on to the salt it is important to plan to wash them as soon as possible after you leave the Salt Flats. The salt has been known to cause damage to pain, rubber, and electrical systems… any metal, really. Be sure to schedule time for this.

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Photos taken November 21, 2010. All photos taken between 12pm and 2pm. Overcast day, between snow storms. While the snow isn’t evident in the photos, expect more snow December-April.

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Model Home – May be able to get it for something like $50 an hour, as long as they can still show it

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Home in Olympus Cove – This is the one that is $200 an hour

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So who can guess what the original piece of art is?

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The bossiest vending machine ever.

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