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For our final day in Utah I decided to take the kids to the sight of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Park City, about 20 miles from here. The first thing we saw on arrival was the training pool for aerials. There are 4 ramps, each with a different height, that the skiers go down to practice their tricks. As they enter the water a large surge of bubbles from the bottom of the pool softens the landing and prevents the skier from going deep ...
Can't get enough of Utah,yet. I took a small break from the Nat. Park tour and headed to Salt Lake City. On advice from my son, I first visited the Mormon Temple Square. Very glad that I did. The compound (35 acres) is nicely landscaped and contains a number of interesting things. There are guides everywhere, inside and out, who are eager to assist. I had a personal guide on two of my stops. The actual temple is off-limits to visitors and the choir ...
... from Indians to WW2, to movies and salmon canning. Very interesting, and nice and small, so it was manageable.
That night we went to dinner at the Brooks Head of Sales house, Rick Wilhelm and his family. Plus a friend of their sons, who was basically family. We had a great time.
Our last day in Seattle we spent at the Mariners game. Fun times. Ball games are so much fun, especially with friends. Our time with the Morrills was awesome. Some Music Man, ...
... on standby more difficult. The week before, we still weren't sure how we would get there, but we had Scott's Aunt Judy book a one-bedroom condo for us. We figured even if we didn't make it down there, the last minute price on the condo was so cheap that we wouldn't be out a whole lot of money. The day before we were going to depart, we decide we had a pretty good chance flying US Airways through Phoenix, so we made the decision to definitely attempt to get to ...
John is the fourth generation of the Miller family to be in the automobile business. They started with Pontiac/Cadillac in 1953, then added Subaru; Mark Miller Toyota was opened in 1990. I stopped by to show off the Scion, and tell them about the Journey Across America; I was welcomed by sales consultant Ed Stocking, General Manager Bill Niemann, and John Miller, who has the role of sales manager now. John ...