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Our plan was to get up and go shopping locally in Bountiful while then head to Salt Lake City however i screwed that up by sleeping in until 1030am! For those that know me, that is unheard of and Hilton was very surprised. Anyway, by the time we got going we managed a huge sports store locally then headed to the city. Hoop works as a senior state investigator to medical licencing and complaints; a perfect job for a career police officer. He was a perfect tour guide ...
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... incident and turned it into a life-changing story. Being strong when everyone else is weak is how role models are born.
Julia: The day started out great with the Council Session. It was great to hear everything that everyone had to say. It's amazing to see that Juliette Gordon Low had received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Obama. I didn't know that before. I really enjoyed voting and hearing what everyone had to ...
... critical concern, they are bombing the hell out of it!
To see the salt flats was a 2 hour drive East from Salt Lake City. There is a rest area where you can walk out on to the flats so we walked around a bit and played in the salt which looked like snow, before then driving two hours back.
The evening was spent having dinner at the Olive Garden followed by (N) catching up on some tv, and (J) having a long relaxing ...
... the backroads all the way. Most direct and quickest but the trickiest. Jackson to Evanston and then a short trip on I-80 to Park City.
Well, I decided to drive the third option which is about 90 minutes shorter than the other two. Fast is good, right? After leaving Jackson and once we descended to a slightly lower elevation, the snow got a bit lighter and the roads were well cleared, so I was very happy with my choice or should I say relieved! The drive ...