Fairfield Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport
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... Hall, Family History Library and many more buildings sits within 10 acres of
are maintained to perfection. Smoking
is prohibited within Temple Square and you immediately notice the cleanliness
of the entire area. There doesn't seem
to be one blade of grass out of order.
It is a credit to those who maintain it.
tours of the buildings that ...
... and that there is a Native American curse on the land. I looked at Harper and said, 'We're not going there tonight.' He does want to go back in the daytime to eat there but I'm not so sure. I told him that if we do and something attaches itself to me or follows me home, I'm sleeping at his place until it leaves. I think he didn't mind ;)
So that was my birthday. It was pretty cool but I know we have a lot more fun and exciting things to do in the upcoming months!
... party was the third to travel down the river. The canyon was dammed by the Bureau of Reclamation producing a reservoir which was focused on recreation. Unlike many other reservoirs in the Colorado River System, the pool will fill to full this summer. We stopped at the visitor center at the dam just after crossing it. We had a interesting conversation with the staff. We next went to the Red Canyon Overlook for an amazing view of the canyon walls. There was a short rim ...
... Yay :)
Sophia: Today was so fun! The closing ceremony was a bit bittersweet, but I had a good time and it had to end eventually. The highlight was BISON!!! There were so many at the state park we visited and they got pretty close to the car. There was also a coyote, pronghorns, and mule deer (who were so cute)! Our car was totally the party van and we sang and talked the whole way. Dinner was actually ...
... determine where Tom and I will be when Abigail has a few days off.
So, stay tuned for daily updates about our European adventure -- driving on the wrong side of the road in Ireland, praying we don't forget which direction the roundabouts go, and seeing some of the countryside of France before we head into Paris for a couple of nights . . . . :)