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... drive thrugh the park we spot some climbers way up high.
Before leaving we check out Balancing Rock.
A few more fantastic views on the way out and to ...
... Dawayne's side and were able to find who we think is his father's father! On Joi's side, we found reports on her mother's mother as well as a great uncle on her paternal grandmother's side. Very neat to actually see the names of your people in a census report.
The second visitor center appeared to be dedicated to the life of Jesus. On the second floor there is a 40 foot statue of Him.
... and you get a very good idea of what life was like in that particular time and place.
The State Capitol building is beautiful, perched high up above the city. You get great views of the valley. Inside, there are painted murals showing more about Brigham Young, founding of the state, etc.
My last night in Utah went peacefully, aside from the weirdo at the campground who offered to drive me to "a store" in the middle of the night. This man comes into ...
... Park City where Carol works, and Deer Valley where Jim works. After we finished our breakfast, we headed down the tower and on to the rest of the hike. It was about 2 miles around the top of a hill with great views of all of Park City. Gabe and I really enjoyed getting to know Caitlin and Sullivan as we walked and all the conversations we had with them. They are really great people! We were all hungry by the end of the hike. We dropped off Caitlin since she lives in Old Town and ...
... look pretty.
I’ve decided I’m starting with the Tours. http://www.saltlakecitytours.org/ ; two of them. The Salt Lake City Tour promises over 500 points of interest, including the Mormon Temple, the State Capitol and Governor’s Mansion, Trolley Square, Beehive and Lion Houses, Olympic Village, and, on the Sunday tour, a performance by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir! Then, after resting up a day or two, ...