Creekside at Solitude
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to do something.
-“you just have to make yourself good at something. Worthy, good. That builds your confidence. You have to make yourself useable. Sometimes you might fall down and your use is debatable amongst the crowds but, you will find a way.”
-“we should have a women’s bank that funds women’s ...
... and very disturbed.
The movie was EXTREMELY intense and left all of us deeply disturbed….probably not a film I would have chosen to see but a VERY important one to be viewed.
Then fun after party/celebration for the Hunting Ground (with Senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Barbara Boxer)
... to get his “PE” (physical education) in while acting out the fight scenes in movies. My hat says, “Weapon Support” because I’m the maker of most of the swords and a generally the test dummy and “support” of many of Matt’s adventures.
I’ll let the rest of art speak for itself. It was a lot of fun and added character and reasons to interact while we enjoyed each others' company at the family reunion.
... continue on while it recalcs the route and comes back with a more suitable road choice. A few minutes and yet another request to turn down a gravel road, ignored again. Then another request this time the road is paved and looks 'normal' so left we go. 10 minutes down the road and it decays in quality but it is still paved, another 5 minutes and we are no longer paved but well maintained gravel. Ok we're almost back to the Interstate (so I think) so ...
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 ...