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-Stayed in Salt Lake City one more day
-All I could think about was that Malt Shake
-Saw the Bonneville Salt Flats
- I even was able to go to the see the Mormon temple where which is pretty much the Starting grounds of the Mormon religion
- Didn't like it very much so I left early in the tour
-Went back to the hotel, packed up my stuff and hit the road to Rock Springs
... such a stigma attached to this type of health problem, it is also because this group of patients self-care deficit requires a supportive and educative level of nursing. We don't physically need to do anything for these patients so we run round like headless chickens looking after those who need physical support because we deem it more of a priority. We provide psychological support everyday for patients and parents who are in hospital so it's not that we ...
... are pretty massive close up, but it was seriously cool to be so close to one in the flesh.
It was nice to have a family dinner tonight, that didn't involve a buffet, a tonne of people, paying for it or having to buy extra for breakfast. It was then a nice chilled night, without any need to pack or be up seriously early in the morning for a change.
The kids and Jess' Uncle David had gone to bed, so Anthea and Jess introuced me to the TV ...
... the hall where all the current-day apostles and the LDS President are pictured in life-size portraits. They all face a statue of Jesus called "Christus", however, and Deborah made the point that the church hierarchy are not worshipped, only Jesus.
We spent additional time in North Visitors Center, viewing the very sophisticated displays and interactive dioramas that depict the fantastical story of the Mormons, pre-Joseph Smith. The "explanation" of ...
... He said, he and his son get to do quite a bit together and retiring was one of his better decisions.
Pic 3 - BFE: This is what the middle of BFE Idaho looks like. Stop in Hammett for gas and everything closed. Gotta love 80 mph limit though. Thank God the trooper thought the other guy was going faster than me! Nice couple just pointed me to gas 17 miles away.
Pic 4 - Mollie's Diner: Mollie's Diner in Snowville, UT having early dinner ...