Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - Union Park
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3pm rolled into salt lake while our song was playing on the radio! We took an epic nap and Jp did some laundry. It's hot but really dry. I love it except everyone immediately cranks the ac and then it's freezing. It's doesn't feel like hot breath like In az...maybe because there is a continuous breeze? Or maybe because it seems to really cool off at night? 104 degrees and I'm bundled up. Sigh. We chilled in the cab and got a lot of ...
... amazing. The Capitol of Utah is proudly perched on a hilltop vista overlooking the center of the city. We had to check it out. We enter the empty building and begin meandering looking for a self-guided tour station or visitor's center. This place is empty! We find a room marked as the visitor’s center and are informed that there are not enough volunteers to continue providing the free tours. We ask if there is a self-guided tour sheet and the young lady ends ...
... described as palatial, some with massive waterfalls and what looked like grand ballrooms. Sheesh......makes our paradise look like the hired helps shack! We visited Val at work in the early evening and she took us around to meet somr of the care residents. That woman is a true community angel. It was obvious by the way the residents talked that she is their family and they love her very much. It can't be easy caring for ...
... This morning I attended a meeting of Impact Partners , an organization that brings together financiers and filmmakers so that, together, they can create great films that entertain, enrich and ignite social change. www.impactpartnersfilm.com/
They do not specialize in audience engagement campaigns – their ...
... are between faiths, though. Mankind seems to need religion, doesn't it?
Enough of this! I'm reminded of the old Saturday Night Live skit about Deep Thoughts! SLC is indeed an interesting place - and the family history place was absolutely amazing. While Nancy was researching the Ingrams, I was looking for the Keisers, and I learned a few things myself. Now I need to contact my extended family and see if perhaps someone out in Nebraska has done the family history. We shall see!