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... to my wonderful sister and brother-in-law who signed all the papers and did the part I couldn't from 6000 miles away. As a bit of history on that, I was in Utah visiting family and friends for the month of September and while there decided I would take a look around at some cabins in Summit and Wasatch counties. I went and saw several, but none of the cabins I visited felt like "the one". On a whim, I said to my sister that there was this one little bungalow ...
... the mountain. And I do mean UP THE MOUNTAIN. It was a very pretty course with all the mountains around and the long distance views. One par 5 that was a lot downhill that was 635 yds, I hit Driver and 5 wood. I made birdie.
Just enjoy the mountain and golf pictures.
... were so close to each other I couldn't tell if they were connected. I loved seeing period furnishings and some of Brigham Young’s own things.
Returned to the Lion Pantry for dinner- it is cafeteria style. The food was delicious. I’m assuming that it was made by Brigham Young University’s Culinary Arts Students. I had the artichoke and cheese filled chicken. It was very good. One the way out I went to purchase ice cream made by ...
Couldn't go to Utah without visiting Salt Lake City, and funny enough it took us nearly a month after we arrived in Utah to get there.
A little bit about the city:
The city was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young, Isaac Morley, George Washington Bradley and several other Mormon followers, who extensively irrigated and cultivated the arid valley. The LDS were seeking an isolated area ...
... 200 West, 300 West; you get the idea. If you are having an Italian dinner at Buca di Beppo at 202 West 300 South, you can calculate exactly how far you are from the Square. If you understand the grid system, that is.
Temple Square is, possibly, Utah’s #1 tourist attraction and, definitely, world headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon church. It is ...