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We have meandered today. Day of relaxing really. Tootled around the Main Street pottering in the shops. An afternoon stroll and then a leisurely drive up through the hills to the ski resorts. Stunning scenery. Fall is just beginning, the trees are starting to turn. The sun is out and the light wind is bringing an autumnal chill. ...
... about LA. Homeless people have so much luggage, they carry their life around in an abundance of suitcases and carts. No body in LA has tan lines. Everybody has an all over tan but not a glimpse of redness. Fitness. The whole of LA is fit. No doubt about it. Note to self. Must get fit like LA. One thing I won't forget is the smell. ...
... surreal quality of Temple Square no end, and I must compliment the LDS on the prowess of their organ, which does indeed confirm that size is everything. Temple Square has two Visitors Centers, the South and the North. You are sent from the south where they soften you up and show you the various buildings where your guides, two Sisters in my case, make their final Pitch. Mine turned put to be two extremely nice young ladies from South Korea ...
... with one, very steep road. The campgrounds were nice, but I knew of reports of bikes stolen, and I had that somewhat unpleasant encounter my last night. There was the experience of urban riding, getting lost in Orem when I meant to be in Provo with the sun setting; mistakenly getting on a highway with little or no shoulder in Salt Lake City.
But that was all part of it. The other part was sleeping in tents for the first time in my life. Waking up in ...
... of the Journey’s quest; “Some time ago I took a year and traveled the country myself,” he said. “I do technical rock climbing. But I came back here. In my mind, this is the best place to be.” John went on to talk about the mountains here, and the fabulous snow. And the community, and how his family is involved, particularly in its support of United Way and community centers. I had ...
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