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We have meandered today. Day of relaxing really. Tootled around the Main Street pottering in the shops. An afternoon stroll and then a leisurely drive up through the hills to the ski resorts. Stunning scenery. Fall is just beginning, the trees are starting to turn. The sun is out and the light wind is bringing an autumnal chill. ...
... was so threatening to warrant death?
Again I can do no justice here to describe faiths. I believe my ignorance if I tried to put more into words would only upset those with strong feelings and possibly more knowledge. But we appreciated our day in this area and we left with a much peaceful feeling. Though I do not want to write about beliefs and histories, I will say that the people I have known in this church have been some of ...
... are now headed to Yellowstone. By our estimate, we should arrive sometime in the middle of the night. We were told by the campsite attendant to be quiet coming in so late so as not to wake our neighbors! It won't be the idyllic pre-dusk campsite set-up followed by a flickering campfire complete with s'mores Marty had envisioned, but oh well, tomorrow's another day! Thanks to Sean O'Donnell for the "Marty Moose"/Snider/Griswold official keepsake photo!(see pictures) (Andrea's ...
... there, take the bones out and leave most of the drying meat there. He said he might make several trips back and forth for this one hunt. Regarding dangerous animals, he told me the ones he was most afraid of were moose, although he's never been attacked by one. They have been known to charge at people. He said he recently saw some mountain lions, although he thinks they didn't spot him. The trail is fairly casual, and along the way I did see some other people, including one jogger ...
... First full day: Morning at the Farmers Market - always good for free tasters ;-) Then afternoon all things Mormon in Temple Square. The Tabernacle, where the choir perform - more on this later -the two visitor centres (North and South), assorted other buildings, and - of course, the Temple, which we couldn't go into since we are not Mormon. What we did get to see was a number of brides (and grooms). It was like ...
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