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... Resort and of course Fairmont. We pity her future husband.
... earlier this year in Brooklyn.
I went back to SLC Bike and returned my bike, then walked back to the temple. Not being a Mormon, I can't actually go into the temple, but I was able to explore some of the areas around it. At a small museum, I learned the history of the Church of Latter Day Saints, as the Mormons called their religion, and also of the temple itself. It does seem the story of the trek out to Utah that the Mormons made and the huge effort to ...
... and the public were not allowed inside. The acoustics inside the Tabernacle is excellent.
I was able to visit the LDS Family History Library where I was able to obtain the 1910 US Census from Paia, Maui, that lists my grandparents and their children as the third family on the census.
Since SLC was used as a break from our long trek from Jackson Hole to Bryce Canyon (over 526 miles), our one night at the Radisson ...
... only the highs and lows but the grey areas of that, as well. Shot in L.A. During the Q&A, the producer said that they are "dating" several studios that are interested and are waiting to get married :)
Just counted them up and I saw 20 films in 5 days! Sundance has been one of the most amazing experiences in my life. I hope to return!
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KK: The whole beehives on road signs thing that they do in Utah is freaky enough – you feel that if you are not fully attentive you will find yourself working as a drone in some sugar sweet community of obedience for the rest of your life. Apparently only 40% of people in Salt Lake City are Mormons but that is a lot of people. How much you know or want to know about Mormons is up to you but it seems like a massive communal delusion into ...