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... that sits 7 miles out in the Great Salt Lake that is reached by a causeway. Our first stop was the visitor’s center for information and to watch a film about the park. Next we went to the bathing beach, because of the low lake level the water’s edge was approximately 200 yards from what looked like the traditional shoreline, and that walk was somewhat difficult as it was over loose sand ...
... brushed your teeth, if you've had breakfast, if you picked up your jammies -- everything. It's a lot of exposure. Makes me thoughtful about all the space we have at our house and how many people all over the world live in crowded conditions that must wreak havoc on their ability to concentrate or have a private moment. Our drive to the Badlands was good. The land there is something unlike any we've seen yet. Ruby is going to write about the Badlands but we will have more to say here, ...
... the house. I made a mental note to research the local snakes.
Moments later, I heard sloshing coming from the creek at the front of the house. I went around to get a better view, and there they were, happy as clams, splashing in the water. The girls are total hams! It's so much fun to watch them play and romp around. It's like having a pair of toddlers in the house, and it feels like home.
Steve was awake, so we ...
... A-10 Thunderbolt II, and one of the first operational F-16 Fighting Falcon USAF 79-0388.
The aircraft are divided into five exhibits that focus on a specific era in the history of flight: the Beginnings, World War II, Dawn of the Jet Age, The Cold War, and Keeping the Peace. These displays simultaneously tell the story of both aviation in general and the history of Hill AFB, giving visitors a unique perspective on the growth ...
... either end, curves and arches, balconies and marble pillars. A chandelier on a 95-foot chain. And chaperones. Yes, the teachers are there, and some parents who were relegated to the scene. But I’m talking about the sculptures watching from the four niches surrounding the main floor. Designed to “inspire future generations,” they are called The Great Utahs and each one shows an adult mentoring a youth.