Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Downtown
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... and lots of smiling white teeth down below us around the Temple Square.
Again everyone inside was kind and welcoming. All wearing name badges that said something along the lines of ‘Elder Cunningham’ or ‘Sister Amnesia’. We couldn’t work-out the purpose of the building except for it must have been the world headquarters for the religion. From walking around, the Mormons are certainly not ...
... was done in by a rock most likely. So, we got to buy a new tire; the shop only had three that fit our rim. After the repair, we decided to drive only a few miles out of town and ended up at the state park campground. We had an enjoyable dinner of leftover barbecue ribs. April 24: This was a big driving day in an effort to escape the unsettling weather that is forecast for Kansas. We drove mainly west on the backroads of Kansas before turning North and crossing into Nebraska. We ...
... at it or that we can't do it, we just need to realise its relevance and importance with this group of patients and to gain our own confidence so that we 'just do it'. We just need to simply accept that's what they need from us and use all our other 'support skills' and adapt them to the troubled teen sat before us.
... they start early!) we had to make a dertour via Madison and Canyon Junction which cost us 2 hours. However, we saw a BEAUTIFUL sunrise and some buffalo that were also covered with ice drops :)
During our drive along the shore of Yellowstone Lake the day began to get more power and again, the sun was shining down on us warmly. We left the park and had our breakfast with a great view on Lewis Lake. After entering the Grand ...
... desert plants. The island has bison (we saw several, and there was a group just over the hill from our campsite -- no fence. Heard a coyote barking several times, and saw mule deer and a hare.
We were a bit dubious about camping just over the hill from a bison herd -- not to mention the coyote. We spent time going down to the beach to watch the sunset, so another meal prepared and eaten in the dark. We're getting ...