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... of the largest private universities in the country. Provo is one giant college town, with lots of great shops, restaurants and music venues but no bars! After all, this is Mormon country.
While exploring Provo, we made an attempt to find access to Utah Lake, other than via the State Park entrance. We drove for a good while and at times we could see the lake, but every time we thought we ...
... have been all too happy to personally tell me more about Joseph Smith and the world of the LDS Church if I had not politely declined their multiple attempts. (Joseph Smith is BIG here.) Yes, I really was polite. My last stop was at the U of U campus to look around a bit, and then I headed the 40 or so miles down the Interstate to my stopping place for the night, Provo. See today’s pictures ...
... I only had 2 pieces.
We had enough Filipino jokes to make Grandpa Taba happy.
Only thing missing was Uncle Paul, Uncle Joey and their families. Maddy was on a mission so she was excused. A pot of Grandma's spanish rice and a few lumpias wouldn't have been bad.
!!Happy Birthday Grandma!!
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P.S.S. Will Chloe ever let me hold her?
... May 5th - DIVING DAY 1
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Thursday, May 9th - 4am arrive Addis, check into hotel, explore city.
Friday, May 10th - fly to Lalibela 0730 departure, 0835 arrival, explore churches in the afternoon.
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