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Next we walked over to the Latter-Day Saints Conference Centre. Not normally something we would visit but we were told it was a must see for architectural reasons.
As we entered the building we were greeted by an elderly man, with.... you guessed it, a big beaming smile and a lovely warm welcome. His name was Ron and he was delighted we had come to visit and asked if he could give us a free tour of ...
... 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 ...
... but just how to better adapt the ones they already have. I also think that if staff better understood a suicidal/self harming child's thought processes it may help eliminate the stigma and the 'bed blocker' attitude. How exactly I'm not too sure. I think asking patients what they are already working on with their CAMHs worker is a good start, we know more about what they are doing in the community then. - just some food for thought, keep watching this space! ...
... we visited the Chapel of the Transfiguration, a small wooden chapel built in 1925 that has a large windows behind the altar, which frames the view of the Cathedral Group behind it. It's definitely worth a stop!
We decided against the boring drive on the Interstate I-15 and instead took the Highways 26 and 89 towards Salt Lake City. We entered Idaho and drove through "cities" with sonorous names as Montpelier and Paris. Unfortunately, ...
... at that. Campsite has about 20 pitches and only two or three other sets of campers -- a far cry from the crush of Yellowstone.
We started the day in Wyoming, had lunch in Idaho and are camping on an island just outside Salt Lake City in Utah. The city is enormous compared to anything we've seen since leaving Milwaukee, but on our island the city is just a glow behind us, and we're at peace -- except for the coyote.