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Today we had a low key day and took a break from seeing the sights. We first watched 'the minions' movie (ok, but not as good as expected/hoped for) and then spent the afternoon at the local swimming pool. In the evening we ate at a Mexican restaurant and were able to try a wide range of 'Moles' (sauces). We left feeling very stuffed. I think we'll all sleep very well ...
... making them “Magical”!
In my presenting a “fair and balanced” viewpoint on “Magic Underwear”, I would first ask you to check out the YouTube video at the following web site. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cbfgmo rIGE
As a counterpoint to the humorous perspective at the above link, you may want to visit the official LDS response which informs us that outside of the temples, there are undergarments worn by ...
... it didn't seem to have much activity - we saw very few people, no cats and very few dogs within fenced area. Tulsa is also known for azaleas, which were in full bloom. They claim to have 15,000 plants in the city. After the walk, we drove through the Art Deco section of the city, but were less than impressed. It was also dead, it being a Saturday. We went on to the Gilcrease Museum, known for its western art collection and its gardens. The art was good ranging from ...
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We ate lunch at the Nauvoo Cafe and did two hour's worth of family history research. In that short time I learned a lot about my paternal grandparents, and I intend to continue my quest to learn when the Ingrams and Langhams came to the US and from where. We were then out of time, so we met the LDS church-sponsored van for the ride back to the campground.
Overall, our time at Temple Square was very, very interesting. ...