Howard Johnson Express Salt Lake City
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We get to eat in tonight, thank you Harmons Grocery Store
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... we know in Europe. The show was on a big lawn in the Gardens. Because of the rain everything was muddy. People take chairs, tarps, large umbrella's and a complete picnic, food, wine, beer and so on. I was together with Linda, she lives near Salt Lake City and I know her for years. Linda also brought a friend JoAnn. Because we were late we weren't able to have dinner before the show, it started already at 7pm. When we went to the Garden it was ...
... is that my grandfather was born in 1874 and orphaned at 8. His dad, my great grandfather fought and died in 1876 in the Civil was fighting to free the slaves. His wife passed 7 years later. The Family History Library is free if you ever want to look up your heritage.
I had about as much fun as I could handle so I came back to the hotel just before dark.
Meeting friends tomorrow. Looking forward to more skiing. :)
... for a while, then on to our hotel.
Our plan for this evening is the Temple Square experience and dinner at The Pantry at the Lion house, a restaurant on the property of Temple Square that is opened to the public.
We met up with an Elder who helped guide our visit. The Mormons are active in genealogy, and we were shown a short film about their work in that area. We all had to opportunity to go online to ...
... releasing a 40-mile long lake. At the peak of the flood approximately 33,000,000 cubic feet per second poured over the Snake River Plain at a speed of 70 mph. the flood scoured the 600 foot deep Snake River Canyon creating Shoshone Falls and several other waterfalls along the Snake River. The waters eventually reached the Pacific Ocean via the Columbia River, so you see that we have been following the effects of this flood since we left Fort Clatsop in Astoria, ...
... when they turned to me and started helping me rebook my flight. Unfortunately the next flight is not until tomorrow morning at 945 am. I was quite frustrated because my hike tomorrow starts tomorrow at 830 am so I would totally miss my hiking group. Anyways, I took the flight for 945 am because there were no flights that would get in any earlier and sat down started to rearrange my trip. I ...