Hampton Inn & Suites SLC Airport
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... amp; stop at Visitor Center. Drove the scenic drive to its end point (just 10 miles round trip). There were large patches of snow by the road - this section of road was closed just 2 days ago when it was raining in Springdale, it was snowing here. Walked around a bit at top of drive but it is quite chilly so we skip a hike & head on to SLC.
Beautiful drive up the ...
... you must be new here." I then replied "are you for real" He then preceded to tell me that I must check out the Clark Planetarium. I decided to take his advice, After 20 minutes of driving I made it to the planetarium. I bought a ticket and sat through the show. Afterwards I was so amazed with the show I went on Google and wrote a review, Then I proceeded back to my hotel, I made it back to my hotel and headed back to my room. I instantly pass out. Thus today was an interesting day.
... incident and turned it into a life-changing story. Being strong when everyone else is weak is how role models are born.
Julia: The day started out great with the Council Session. It was great to hear everything that everyone had to say. It's amazing to see that Juliette Gordon Low had received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Obama. I didn't know that before. I really enjoyed voting and hearing what everyone had to ...
... time then, today, as they were working to set up the stage, they started acting like children tossing guitar picks around trying to hit each other with them. You could tell this was a fun family of people who work really well together.
Well, that was amazing. I just sat to the full first rehearsal with the band and it was a really good show. They chose songs that everybody ...
... changes so quickly; everything got less
green and more red (red rock) as we got closer to Utah. The canyons were
incredible and I felt like I was in a National Geographic documentary for most
of the drive. My words do not do it justice, if you can ever drive through
these states please do!
A stop at the Bonneville Salt Flats ...