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Thursday July 17, 2014
This morning we headed into Salt Lake City, and the “Temple Square”. This is an area that
encompasses many buildings of the Mormon Faith, both religious and secular. Our first stop was at the “North Visitor’s Center” where we were introduced to the basics of the Mormon faith. The displays in the visitor’s center depicted the life ...
... for a short time on our way to Park City for the evening. They had a dance floor and colorful plastic chaise lounge chairs set up in the snow. It was a picturesque venue. Derek wanted to do some shopping before our 6:15 dinner reservation at the Riverhorse so we caught the 4:00 shuttle to Park City. He found a couple of hats. I don't have any room in my suitcase so I was happy just to look around in the shops with him. Dinner was wonderful. It is ...
... hysteria is setting in for some of us. We have had a mad half hour each night, just before dinner, to get everything out of our system. Tonight, a guy poked his head round the door to ask if we were Dutch -he had been trying to place our accents. We had minor issues with the big boss in the dining car today. Dude is rude. This is the first time we have had less than stellar service while in the US -if you discount ...
We didn't do a lot today. We talked to family back home in the morning. In the afternoon, we drove out to the Great Salt Lake. You may think it’s just another lake, but it’s not. First of all, it seems to have a low water level. At the point where one can walk out to the water, there is a very broad "beach". It all just seems very flat. There was a stiff breeze, but no ...
... wait and see.