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... the collector pins made by companies, organizations, etc. It was the rage to collect as many pins as possible and some were almost impossible to find.
Next we head out to the pool with ski jumps attached where they practice form and techniques. Check out the shot videos later which are really neat. You can also pay to put on skis and do a face plant in the pool. Not my cup of tea. We then walk down to the ...
... cool to be there. The coolest part was watch Olympic trainers go off the ski jump.they also had many bobsled courses were you could ride in a bobsled super fast,I was to chicken :(.Livvy is deathly afraid of hights so she didn't do anything,but she watched me.)
Gotta go! Bye!
I must add on to Audrey's entry and say that this was an amazing place. We spend several ...
... According to them, Our energies mesh. I like that. and I believe it. They were great people. They let me stay at their house, and take a shower there.
I didn't want to leave. But I have to get to California, now.
I'm going to meet up with Max at some point. I think that fate is bringing us together for a reason.
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Driving thru southern Idaho and northern Utah is getting boring after the 3rd. time. It's a lot of open space and not much except ranches and sage brush. Our first passport stamp on this trip was the Golden Spike national historic park at Promontory (out in the middle of nowhere). Last stop here, we had just missed seeing the locomotives run by a day. ...
Utah has been great, the Peffer and all the Ah Ching family have welcomed us into their homes and shared with us and made us feel part of the family.
We have done the usual Church and scenic sites here in Salt Lake City, Temple Square, the Visitors centre, the Church history museum, "This is the place" monument, the family History centre (Andrew and I went there a couple of times), Music and the spoken word on Sunday morning, ...