Fairfield Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport
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Total Mileage: 5654 miles
Mounties seen in action: One. But he was very polite while asking me to slow down. I mean... I would imagine he would be very nice...
New foods eaten: Six
Souvenirs purchased: Exactly enough
Tim Horton doughnuts eaten: Three
... I'd seen it advertised on TV before back home, but never actually watched an episode. It's kind of like the show 'The Mentalist,' but way more relaxed and with more humour involved. I might actually stop if I see it while channel flicking back home :). It was then time to call it a night. It was getting colder, however 2 layers of clothing and three layers of blankets makes the bed so much more confortable :). Peace out from Park City, Salt Lake City ...
... with walkie-talkies, was highly visible throughout the Convention Center and all the buildings.
The auditorium was incredible, built with cantilevered balconies so there are no pillars to ruin sight lines. Mostly used for the huge LDS annual conference, the auditorium can be used by outside groups if the event is in keeping with the building's consecration to God. The Salt Lake City Olympics used it for some of their ceremonies, for example. No ...
... taking photos, a flock of tiny birds were swarming overhead and diving down at me, telling me I had invaded their home and they wanted me to go away. And as I walked under a roof that provides cover to a picnic table, it was clear that they had been living there. So I left and gave them back their property.
Continuing the drive, which now seemed bland by comparison, we drove through more prairies, ranches, and small towns. We saw ...
... surreal quality of Temple Square no end, and I must compliment the LDS on the prowess of their organ, which does indeed confirm that size is everything. Temple Square has two Visitors Centers, the South and the North. You are sent from the south where they soften you up and show you the various buildings where your guides, two Sisters in my case, make their final Pitch. Mine turned put to be two extremely nice young ladies from South Korea ...