Fairfield Inn Salt Lake City Layton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at 5 pm and left at 11 am next morning. Cliff and Sue here to get some RV work done at Freightliner tomorrow and then head out to Yellowstone and then Butte, MT to visit grandkid, Jacob. Thanks, Sue for the good dinner. ...
... the center today, there were few people competing for attention as compared to what is likely tomorrow. There will be no admission fee tomorrow since it is the first day of the festival and will undoubtedly have lots of attendance. We purchased dinner at the Smokehouse Grill and brought it back to the cabin to eat. We again sat out on our deck in warm sunny weather. We returned to the Folk Center auditorium for a music roots free concert. I was told that it involved ...
... be a 10 minute walk but instead returned an hour later after basically 'taking the long road home' and going right around the back of the arches and feeling temporarily lost.
I guess the buzzards circling would have eventually given me away if I was any longer? Anyway, see gallery for more photos, kiddos. ...
... are other churches here as well.
Heading north, going to Provo for lunch - valley widen out with agricultural pursuits - alfalfa and lavender that we saw. A bit of industry as well - a copper mine. Provo is a university town basically run by the CLDS's. 172,000 population. 3rd largest city after Salt Lake City and Ogden. Winter Olympics held here in 2002.
Mountains getting higher again - this is the end of the Rocky Mountain chain. Into ...
... Church is in every country except the Middle East and China. The center also has a 4-acre park on its roof with great views of the valley. Best of all was the museum. They have one of two surviving log cabins from the 1847 colony, and there are so many wonderful items in the museum proper. The Church has been very active in Scouting for 100 years and one room of the museum contains almost 30 original Norman Rockwell paintings about the Scouts. Way ...