Oakwood at The Brigham
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... I bought a lychee flavored boba tea which was the most amazing boba tea I've ever had! I went back home and changed into my tanning clothes. Because the complex I live in doesn't have a green space, I headed to a park just down the street from me. I took my duvet that needed to be washed and spread it out, got my books out, my tea, and was just about to figure out my tanning position when PLOP! A bird pooped right in the middle of my duvet. Seriously? I flipped the blanket ...
... store. The trees in the middle of the square were turning gorgeous shades of red and yellow, and Jackson is also home to a cowboy bar - horse saddle bar stools and all (not exactly the most comfortable things in the world to sit on though).
It was then time to sit on the bus again on our way to Salt Lake City. Today's movie was 'The Gods Must Be Crazy 2.' Unfortunately I was so tired that I only made it about 20 minutes into the movie before falling asleep. Apparently I've ...
... the way to see what we could see.
The road to the island is over a causeway similar to Philip Island to those who know Victoria Australia.
We stopped at the top of a hill and just looked round at the peaceful scene of mountains in the background, and a lake in the foreground.
I didn't fancy scrambling over big rocks to the edge, so just looked round.
I was entranced to see ...
... in Nauvoo, Illinois and crossing the US in covered wagons to the deserts of Utah, is a compelling story.
Starving and exhausted they settled in the Salt Lake Valley and immediately planted crops, trying to coax food from the dry desert floor. Water had to be carried from the surrounding mountains, and so did huge chunks of granite, brought down and smoothed into the building blocks of the Temple. It took 40 years for the completion of the Temple, ...
... two homes. There were so close to each other I couldn't tell if they were connected. I loved seeing period furnishings and some of Brigham Young’s own things.
We returned to the Lion Pantry for dinner - it is cafeteria style. The food was delicious. I’m assuming that it was made by Brigham Young University’s Culinary Arts Students. I had the artichoke and cheese filled chicken. It was very good. On the way out I went to purchase ice ...