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... 6 hours to spend the weekend with us. It was wonderful to see her and have her and Ben meet our family. Our first day there we got set up and then drove to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, which is the site of a huge waterfall that was the subject of Thomas Moran's famous painting of Yellowstone, done to convince people to come to Yellowstone. While we were in the park we kept remarking to each other about how the early pioneers must have felt seeing these ...
... on as a steep uphill climb, which meant we were slipping all over the place. As we got higher the compacted icy path turned to fluffy snow, over ankle deep in places. Woohoo snow! It would have been great if it hadn't got all inside my shoes making my feet cold and wet.
Another sunny day it was lovely walking through the snow covered trees, like a winter wonderland! The fall colours were beautiful with lots of ...
... a place to eat dinner, we noticed that the hotel is in an Asian area and all the stores signage is in both English and Chinese. Which is interesting. We ended up finding a pizza place for dinner. After dinner we walked back to the hotel and Regan and I went to swim, Kelsie ran on the treadmill in the workout room and Nikki relaxed in the room.
... but initiated the conversation which might have taken a different direction had we not been clear about our beliefs. They did manage to give us a parting handful of pamphlets and brochures. They were actually interesting reading since I didn’t know very much about the founding of the LDS church.
Note: Missionaries in the centers had flags from many other countries—Germany, New Zealand, ...
... hotel was very unreliable, which made things more difficult.
I decided to do something interesting for my last day in Salt Lake City so I went to the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. When I got to their parking lot I noticed a sign for a temporary exhibit called Speed: The Art of the Performance Automobile. I didn't know the exhibit was there but was a nice fit with my recent visit ...