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... I have never seen so many eating places on one street. I see the "Family Tree Center" and think of Earl Ross who enjoys the genealogy stuff. I also spy a "A" hat in the front window of a car and know Jerry would approve. There is a store of photos by a local photographer and have included a few for your viewing.
After a long day we went back to Bea's and enjoyed a great meal and conversation. . .
... visitor centers.
After a picnic lunch and a couple hours we really felt ready to go. It was impressive but a bit sad for us as well to see all this effort put forth to worship Jesus but not in unity with the church he founded.
We were looking forward to seeing our old Seattle friends Janie and Mike so we headed over to Cottonwood Heights around 3:30. We got to see Gabbi who is 9 now and her younger sister Kendall age 7. We last ...
... and crowned with gold Arizona presents her offering to the enterprise that has banded a continent and dictated a pathway to commerce. Presented by Governor
Safford.” A second golden spike was ordered by Frederick Marriott, proprietor of the San Francisco News Letter Newspaper company. This 5-inch long, 9 1/2 ounce spike, made from about $200 worth of gold, was inscribed, “With this spike the San Francisco News Letter offers its homage to ...
... the Nike World Headquarters. When we got there, we were stunned. The campus is huge, beautiful, and symmetrical. We walked through a few buildings, all of them named for a Nike athlete. When we got to the Nolan Ryan building, we met our guides, Gretchen and John. John was head of running specialty sales and Gretchen was the manager of Pacers. They were both great.
The tour of the grounds was amazing. The HQ has 7 places to eat, two workout facilities, two ...
... horses. A farmer keeps his horses there and gives guided horse rides by appointment. It was getting HOT…104 when we got back in the truck.
We stopped at the "beach" area to wade into the Salt Lake. We met up with the Cooleys here, which was great because we were able to get some family pix. Nothing too exciting about standing in the Salt Lake, except when you get out you’re covered with salt. Even after washing off, you feel a layer of salt on ...