Days Inn Salt Lake City/Airport
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... and her Aunty, Anthea, came and got me from the hotel. We then went over to Costco, and all I can say about that place is wow. It's like a Cash and Carry, Office Works, K-mart and Ikea, all in one and seriously cheap. You could live in that store and never be bored. You can also buy an LG, Smart, LED LDC TV, 60 inch for $899 - not even kidding. Jess and I also got our second suitcases and for a good deal - finally!!
We went back to Anthea's ...
... to the causeway, I glimpsed an antelope just in view, as the scrub tends to camouflage them.
Not sure if the photos will turn out.
Last on the things to see was an original farm, but I've seen enough of those, so I enjoyed sitting outside under a tree, as Paul mooched round the different tool sheds.
We were both tired but so happy with a chance conversation and query of what to do. ...
... museums, administration buildings and Family History Buildings.
Our van dropped us in front of the Tabernacle where we were met by two young female missionaries from the Philippines. At this point we were subject to what we called "The Mormon Machine". The LDS church has created a process for visitors that maximizes exposure to the Mormon story and theology. Tour guides at buildings are all LDS members who have a loose script that they deliver.
... sides. Many of these rocks are still poised atop in precarious postures, threatening to fall, but balancing ever so delicately above the ground. Occasionally there is a rock that is so big, you have to figure that when it fell, maybe 50, maybe a hundred years ago, it caused a minor earthquake to the area around it.
Suddenly these mesas turned a brilliant brick red, and posed against the blue sky, they are beautiful to look at, with ...
... applied make-up is covering up her wrinkles. Don't get me wrong, I have never had such good value in a hotel room; it is certainly the cheapest per square foot I have ever stayed in! Right outside the door of the hotel, in other words about a ten minute walk away, was an excellent tram service called TRAX, which is free within the downtown area. This whisked me away to the main shopping area, which is right beside Camp Mormon, i.e ...