Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buff4bcs1985, Jun 16, 2010.
Utah is west of Colorado. To get there from Denver, get on I-70 and head west until you see the "no alcohol allowed" signs.
According to Utah radio: "Utah board of regents meeting tomorrow at 11:30 press conf at 1to announce going to PAC 10"
Or you can head north on I-25 to I-80 and take that west through Wyoming and that will take you to the northern part of Utah where Salt Lake City is.
I wanted to minimize the number of turns bcs needed to take.
he didnt want me to get lost... you dont care if i get lost... end of joke
There's a spot where Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado all come together in one spot. It's called the 4 corners. It's neet.
Also, for the benefit of BCS, Utah is not only West of Colorado, but North of Arizona, East of Nevada, and South of both Idaho and Wyoming. It's a reasonably large state. It's the only state that starts with "U" in the United States. It's capital is Salt Lake City. Most of the people who live there practice the Mormon faith. It has several national parks, including but not limited to Bryce, Zion and Arches. Salt Lake City was the host city for the 2002 Winter Olympic games and is home to the Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association. The Jazz moved to Salt Lake City from New Orleans. There is no known connection between Jazz music and Salt Lake City.
One more thing. Utah sucks.
Utah also has the Great Salt Lake. This is the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi. It is so salty that you can actually float in it. The reason it is so salty is because there is no outlet. It is a very shallow lake too, you can wade out a mile or more into the water from the shore in most spots.
To find Utah, travel to 1928 and turn right....
No, Utah Blows, Nebraska Sucks!!! Thats why it is so windy in Wyoming.
That is pretty cool. I looked it up -- the maximum depth is 33 feet. 75 miles long and 35 miles wide and the maximum depth is only 33 feet.
It's a fun lake to play in.
Utah is east of CA, let's not get too confusing here....
Does it also mention that it looks like an outer space science fiction scene of a dead planet?
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