Chateau Motel and Trailer Court
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... d foreseen, keeping an active 18-month old entertained in a limited space for an entire day and half was challenging for all of us. No matter how stunning the scenery, it wasn't enough to keep Bryony occupied! To make things harder, the dining car stopped functioning (due to a failure in the air conditioning) and so dinner was delayed until the train could stop at a station and collect an enormous order of takeaway pizzas! Needless to say, we all more ...
... Hall, Family History Library and many more buildings sits within 10 acres of
are maintained to perfection. Smoking
is prohibited within Temple Square and you immediately notice the cleanliness
of the entire area. There doesn't seem
to be one blade of grass out of order.
It is a credit to those who maintain it.
tours of the buildings that ...
... that it was a creepy way to start the night.
We walked around the shack and also found an old trailer home with the doors hanging open and quietly creaking in the breeze. By now it was almost completely dark so this big empty trailer with the doors swinging open was really freaky. We were getting a lot of spikes on the K-2 meters and Frank's Box was spouting random words. This was the most activity I've ever experienced on an investigation.
We found a ...
... early after breakfast at Denny's (yahoo - it was included as part of the motel cost) and headed west on I-80. Just after crossing into Wyoming, we drove south and just a bit east on back roads to return to Nebraska and to arrive at the high point for the state, elevation 5424 feet. There was a register, a 3-foot tall monument marking the high ground and a bench. It was located within a bison preserve; the bison herd was visible off in the distance. We confirmed sightings ...
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When you look at a photograph, you remember where it was taken. When you recall a memory, you remember what happened. How you interacted with the universe at that moment.
Photos are beautiful. Memories are invaluable.