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... snow-capped mountain range in view. Elevation signs said 6,000' & we were in the valley. We climb & climb... it was just 50 degrees at noon. Stopped in Filmore for fast food lunch & went through a car wash (3 times on dirt roads, let's get rid of the dirt!).
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Actually, we do know when we'll be back again -- in one month. One month in Ireland and France -- ooh la la! Neither of us has been to Ireland and it has been 18 years since Amy and I traveled to Paris for a week. I am soooo excited for this adventure!
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... first stop, the Assembly Hall, allowed us to see the first worship space built by the Mormons. Our guides made sure we got the appropriate understanding of all the architectural items that surrounded us. And the building is a wonder.
The guides also took us to the South Visitors Center where the model of the Temple is displayed. All the walls are covered with pictures, quotes, media displays telling the Mormon story, especially their emphasis on the ...
... dangling a cigarette from their mouths and speaking in slow drawl. They were nice folks though and pointed me to another gas station out in the boonies about 17 miles away. I thought to myself "OK, I go to this gas station they mention but if I hear banjo music, I am so out of here".
We sat there at the closed gas station for a bit as they wanted to know more about my bike. It seems he used to have one just like it up until about 3 years prior. He was ...