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... downtown area one day, Casey insists that we visit the library. Well, that is not something we normally do. Let’s go! The Salt Lake City's Main Library was designed by internationally-acclaimed architect Moshe Safdie. It embodies the idea that a library is more than a repository of books and computers; it reflects and engages the city's imagination and aspirations. The building provides 240,000 square feet and houses more than 500,000 books and other materials. ...
Favorite photos of the day – large herd of Elk in the "neighborhood" – just up from where we are staying:
(here an elk, there and elk, everywhere and elk, elk)
Favorite quotes of the day:
"we do not want to erode optimism or to call idealism childish – we NEED to be able to imagine. and: "leaders enable us to imagine something we have not seen before"
... Zephyr and settled into our tiny little roomette. Going all the way from Chicago to San Francisco it is Amtrak's longest route and one of the most spectacular because it crosses the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada. That afternoon heading out of Illinois was similar to some of our drives in the US as it went through mile upon mile of corn fields. Meals were provided in the dining car and when travelling as a couple we found we would get seated with other people. After dining with ...
... for me to attempt to pack, since I had two suitcases and zippo organisation going on. Jess and her family were watching another episode of Psych, so it gave me a little time to pull out all my clothes and organise the luggage issue. Or so I thought - Anthea and Jess walked in after the episode finished and found me asleep on my bed, right where Jess had left me and absolutely no closer to being packed than before the she left the room. My ...
... blog. Seems if I go further north to ski country I will find my lush forests and sparkling lakes. So if you can count the Gr. Salt Lake as a mini-ocean (smells like it!), then Utah just about does have it all. My last stop in the north was the salt flats. Surprising. I went to the Bonneville Speedway expecting at least a few buildings and bleachers. All that there was is a small road that goes about a mile into the salt flats and deadends. It ...