Hampton Inn Salt Lake City / Murray
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-Stayed in Salt Lake City one more day
-All I could think about was that Malt Shake
-Saw the Bonneville Salt Flats
- I even was able to go to the see the Mormon temple where which is pretty much the Starting grounds of the Mormon religion
- Didn't like it very much so I left early in the tour
-Went back to the hotel, packed up my stuff and hit the road to Rock Springs
... but just how to better adapt the ones they already have. I also think that if staff better understood a suicidal/self harming child's thought processes it may help eliminate the stigma and the 'bed blocker' attitude. How exactly I'm not too sure. I think asking patients what they are already working on with their CAMHs worker is a good start, we know more about what they are doing in the community then. - just some food for thought, keep watching this space! ...
... are pretty massive close up, but it was seriously cool to be so close to one in the flesh.
It was nice to have a family dinner tonight, that didn't involve a buffet, a tonne of people, paying for it or having to buy extra for breakfast. It was then a nice chilled night, without any need to pack or be up seriously early in the morning for a change.
The kids and Jess' Uncle David had gone to bed, so Anthea and Jess introuced me to the TV ...
... by a miraculous influx of seagulls, who ate the crickets. Church history or local legend? In Utah they are often one and the same.
My undergraduate school was loosely connected with the Presbyterians, and two Philosophy of Religion (PR) courses were required for graduation. One of the two courses I took was Comparative Christianity. Mormonism was one of the Christian faiths we studied, and since my college was only a few ...
of the few stores that carried stuffed animals. Just $28,000 for a 9’
grizzly. We could have stayed in the gun store for hours looking at all
of the new weapons. As tempting as it was to stay we had to head south to
Salt Lake City. We didn’t leave Jackson until 5 p.m. or so and so
we were forced to stop in at a real R.V. site.
Thayne, WY – population 397
Flat Creek RV ...