Hampton Inn Salt Lake City Central
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... to see today but randomly they had this little bird feeder thing there that the hummingbirds seemed to love and I got to see them up close which was nice. Lunch was in Logan, Utah and my knowledge of the Mormon religion was expanded upon. Turns out Utah is Mormon country. Who knew? Then we were off to SLC. We visited Capitol Hill and this time the dome was made of copper because Utah has the world's largest open pit copper mine, and apparently we will ...
... and then came upon another little brood which were only about a yard from the bike path. Not wanting to get hissed at again, I moved as far away on the path as possible from them. Didn't work. One of the parents hissed violently at me then came at me with wings flapping! Scared the **** out of me! I biked faster to get away but I think it was only making a show and trying to scare me off, it wasn't going to attack. It turned around after I passed and started flapping its ...
... and her Aunty, Anthea, came and got me from the hotel. We then went over to Costco, and all I can say about that place is wow. It's like a Cash and Carry, Office Works, K-mart and Ikea, all in one and seriously cheap. You could live in that store and never be bored. You can also buy an LG, Smart, LED LDC TV, 60 inch for $899 - not even kidding. Jess and I also got our second suitcases and for a good deal - finally!!
We went back to Anthea's ...
... plant that seemed to be moving, b ut it was a green bird, and as he flew away, he had yellow on his underbelly.
We continued up the hill to the information centre, where we watched a doco on the American bison who roam on the island freely without fear, as there are no predators,
The young lady in the gift shop was very helpful, and showed us where to get a grilled lunch.
... have stored in vaults buried inside a stone mountain.
Being an only child with an orphaned mother and paternal grandfather has closed many doors to finding my family history but today I hit paydirt. I knew that my paternal grandmother was born in Strassburg, Germany in 1888 to Michael Tisch and Katherina Hunsinger Tisch. I had checked the ship manifests before looking at passengers leaving from Hamburg, Germany and was ...