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... scared I can't learn the words." Copious chips and salsa, along with a great lunch, filled us u with chatter and food. After lunch we made an uneventful and uninteresting trip to Walmart for supplied. Jacob got new flip flops and a wallet -- both of his earlier ones were wearing out, and he got a much needed haircut as well. We returned to the camper for some cards, rest, swimming and playing on the electronics. After a couple of hours we decided to head ...
... amp; Marilynn Crider's house and play golf on Wednesday.
The stay at the Johnson's rental house was great. They are great entertainers. We hit it off with their landlord and went to dinner together and she bought everyone lunch today -- thanks.
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... of cowboy gear.
As we were leaving I suggested that with all the mounted animal heads, they need to create a wall with heads hung on them with one hole place between the animals. What a fun photo shoot for someone to get their picture taken with their head appearing on a wall with all the other animals. She said that they were planning on updating the animal hall and she wa going to suggest ...
... there so we called in then ate in Park City – Kevin had Buffalo burger!!! On the way home, Mark took a detour and drove us to a mountain top in the dark to look over the valley where the twinkling lights of humanity could be viewed beneath us, just like in the movies.
A real treat the next morning when we awoke to music and knowing Mark is a Neil Young fan I thought he was playing a CD. When I went to see, it was Mark – guitar, harmonica ...
... day of the year from 9 to 9, and hundreds of missionaries and volunteers are on hand to make sure your experience is a good one. There are tours in 30 languages, free of course. There is music and art, historic sites and interactive exhibits, parks and gardens, restaurants to feed you, sights to thrill you, and little nooks where you can have a moment of peace.
There is the Temple, a magnificent ...