Days Inn Lehi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of Utah. For whatever reason I called it Precious Arch. I could go through the minefield of reason why my brain replaces that word every time, but it would a futile pursuit for logic. So it shall remain, Precious Arch. 2. Josh loves animals... all animals. I too enjoy Mother Nature's children of the forest but tend to hold onto my joy in a more reserved manor. I feel Josh's ratio of excitement does not equal the level of rarity or danger for the animals he ...
... all but had to shake her off to keep his bags in his hands. Then there's the lady with the long black hair who constantly walks from one end of the corridor to the other and touches the end wall and one spot in the middle on her next lap. And there's the weird tall man with one glass eye .... and there's apparently another weird one ... I'm sure there are many more here. Down the hall somewhere there's a dog barking ... ...
... headed on the freeway to Salt Lake City. Very desolate country...true desert...very boring scenery...still hot. We then come across some dark clouds and a little lightening. We were watching the rain clouds pouring in the distance ...temperature was dropping ..we stopped for fuel and decided to put on jackets and wet weather pants....the rain started pouring...lightly then getting heavier as ...
... the Assembly Hall built in 1882 which we later visited, Joseph Smith Memorial Building which we also visited later on our own, and of course The Temple that only Mormom's in good standing are allowed to enter. There are also rules within the Mormon faith as to what rooms are accessible depending on criteria met by the person. The sisters gave us history and their perspectives on each of the buildings or points ...
... to encourage him. His knees were buckling under the weight but he managed it in the end. If he was a Mormon you have to admire their determination. But it reminded me of our basic training when we had to run 50yds with a mate across your shoulders, carrying all his and your own weaponry. But the groom was allowed to collapse whereas we had to fire a bren and a rifle and then sprint another 25yds to fire ...