Baymont Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport
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Easy access from freeway. Clean and comfy beds. Breakfast is a bonus!!
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We left yet another cabin early this morning and started off towards Salt Lake City. Made a U turn about 5 miles up the road and came back to the cabin because we forgot our charging stuff for our phones. We haven't had any phone service in so long we got out of habit of remembering the darn things. Back on the road!!
We left WY and went into …
... the same lady. At that stage it was getting rather cold so we headed home, picked up dinner for Val who was working, then went to El Matador for a yummy mexican dinner. We went for a drive up to a lookout area to see the lights of the city at night - breathtaking - called in to see Natalie, Lynette and Bentley then home for the night. I got to chat with Lara, Lynne and Jack via skype or facetime, and we called Riley and Hunter :-) bedtime was around 2am, not well ...
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... talks from Dr. Tererai Trent (an advocate for education in Africa), Leslie Weldon (National Forests System advocate), and Alison Levine (a woman who has climbed the highest peaks on all seven continents). Here's what the girls had to say:
Sophia: Today was so exciting! I've never seen so many Girl Scouts in one place and it's exhilarating! I got to (briefly) meet the volunteer President of Girl Scouts (Connie Lindsey) and ...
... the public by the LDS church. (They do charge for paper copies that individuals print.) We were impressed. Jim had data about ancestors who received a royal land grant in 1750. Today he was able to find ancestors two generations further back to those who lived in England. Barbara started with her great-grandfather Henry Bailey and traced his line back to 1530 in England. What finds! And we did it all in a couple of hours. Another plus ...