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... out it is a closed base. Only authorized personnel are allowed on the base. The 143rd moved depleted uranium from Tooele to California for disposal some 10 years ago, so I knew the base had a lot of bad stuff to protect, It is a good thing the base has tight security. The drive also crosses the southern end of The Great Salt Lake.
... think it would make him so much happier if he did NOT have to eat my cooking! During Iris’ nap the boys headed over to find a tv at the campground to watch a little Father’s Day Nascar racing. We haven’t watched any tv since we left for the trip except for an occational Dora or Mickey Mouse DVD so it was pretty fun for them to get to watch some racing together again.
Later that night we got together with my cousin Karli and ...
... through your whole body! We started off shooting a 9 mm and a 45 calibre. They were pretty good to shoot. We all took it in turns. Then we got the chance to shoot a SCAR and an ACR. These were also okay! But a lot bigger. To me they looked like terrorist guns so that freaked me out a lot. The guys were loving life. Danny liked it too but it's still a bit crazy for us. Brooke even did it so I felt a lot better that she was there. After that the ...
... I found Raw Bean Coffeehouse and stopped to write for a while. The baristas Alyssa & Unknown were trying to decide between playing Thievery Corporation and Bonobo (WHY DO YOU HAVE TO CHOOSE?). Thievery Corp. won out and fueled a caffeinated writing fiesta. After the tunnelvision wore off and I couldn't sit any longer, I jumped on my bike for a loop around the city. The tour began up the hill to the State Capitol. Such a beastly, possibly illegal grade. Speaking of beasts, the ...
... along with many other uses. We got a short tour and wish I had listened better, but I was taking pictures. This hall seats 21,000 folks and is just awesome. Its pipe organ only has 7,500 pipes. Go figure. The lighting for the stage area has 1,600 spotlights. They can broadcast is many languages. The seating are for the choir can all be removed and it becomes a plain old stage for whatever. Just walking around the grounds with its ...
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