Baymont Inn And Suites Murray/Salt Lake City
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The mind boggles.
The Tabernacle Choir perform each Sunday as part of a live broadcast called The Spoken Word. We have decided to take the opportunity to go and listen to them for one last time before leaving Salt Lake City.
We have been here for a week and thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Next stop is cowboy country. Monument Valley.
... Point, south of the city. Lots of dinosaur skeletons, displays and dioramas. Really excellent museum.
Then 'the boys' went to the USA equivalent of Bunnings to buy timber to make bookshelves for Emerson. Babysitting that evening while Sara and Andrew had a night ...
... salt, and sour stuff in a vial. I was instantly dared to chug it. I did. My tongue turned a disgusting yellow; it wasn't that great. We went to a dance party where I met an incredible girl who wore a suit. She was a great dancer (apparently I am too). I began to lose my voice - it was so much fun!
Olivia: Today, we finalized our Take Action projects. I can not wait to get started on my project to bring awareness about animals and animal abuse ...
So a fair bit has happened since i last got a chance to get on here and write some. After our visit at Mount Rushmore and The Crazy Horse Museum, we headed up through the Bighorn Mountains to a place called Buffalo Bills in Cody. The drive was a long one, but this was the first time that we had been in the mountain ranges. It was beautiful. We stopped at Shelly Falls, and were able to get some amazing photos. We then kept going to our over ...
... I could see. Unusually, he agreed. Scott does not like to see what is coming. He just likes to face it.
We started up a canyon and wow a single lane, but doable on a bike, not so much in this truck. I noticed no cell reception. We turned onto a coal hauling road. Coal trucks, the bane of of any biker. The further we went the sicker I got. Just a nagging to not go this way, not really sure, just a nagging, sick feeling.
We returned to Enterprise to turn in the ...