Oakwood at The Brigham
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... of SLC and surrounds. Including a glimpse of that other lake I was expecting to see today, the Great Salt Lake. No big deal, just the largest salt water lake in the Western Hemisphere but we're not stopping to have a look at that one! We strolled back to the hotel and had a couple of drinks in the bar. There was no alcohol at the restaurant because it's owned by the LDS and they don't partake in that sort of nonsense. Pretty excited to see Bryce Canyon ...
... and then came upon another little brood which were only about a yard from the bike path. Not wanting to get hissed at again, I moved as far away on the path as possible from them. Didn't work. One of the parents hissed violently at me then came at me with wings flapping! Scared the **** out of me! I biked faster to get away but I think it was only making a show and trying to scare me off, it wasn't going to attack. It turned around after I passed and started flapping its ...
... and about how she tried to not give up. Just hearing all these speakers so far really is an inspiration and if they can struggle on and achieve their dreams, then so can I.
CeCe: Today was the second day of Convention and the first National Delegate Session. It was awe-inspiring to see girls and women coming together to shape Girl Scouts. Voting electronically was amazing and seeing the votes in real time has made me even more ...
... plus many different buildings all related to the Mormon Church or LDS as they're referred to here.."Latter Day Saints".
We'd booked on a tour of the city, so made our way back to the hotel where the tour began from.
We were taken round the city, then out to the hills where there are so many colleges, and hospitals mostly related to the LDS.
We were taken to the place Brigham Young referred to as "This is ...
... and returned to take a brief stroll through the Mormon Temple grounds. We went into the building where the Mormon Tablernacle Choir practices with an enormous organ built in 1948, but couldn’t go in the actual church itself (reserved for weddings and other special occasions that promote families). It was cool. Libby said that Salt Lake reminded her of DC with similar buildings and that the temple itself reminded her of Union Station. That’s my DC ...