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The next leg of our journey took us by train to Salt Lake City and onto Snowbird Ski Resort. We had a little spare time so we got a quick visit in to the Art Institute of Chicago, which is deceptively large and is like a rabbit warren inside. It's the sort of place you wish you could've spent a lot more time but they also cater for the quick visit well by highlighting some of the most famous and important pieces, such as some of the impressionist paintings. After a short wait we boarded ...
... to get his “PE” (physical education) in while acting out the fight scenes in movies. My hat says, “Weapon Support” because I’m the maker of most of the swords and a generally the test dummy and “support” of many of Matt’s adventures.
I’ll let the rest of art speak for itself. It was a lot of fun and added character and reasons to interact while we enjoyed each others' company at the family reunion.
Reason for trip was to visit Jake at Turning Point Centers. Arrived Sunday afternoon 6/8. Visited Jake at the center in Sandy, Utah during family visitation. Fantastic mountain and nature views. Lodging at Sheraton Salt Lake City. Monday am bike rental. Decadent waffle at Bruges Waffles and Frites. Followed the published city tour with extension up City Creek Canyon - 15.5 miles total. Nice swim in the Sheraton outdoor pool. Session with Jake and therapist ...
... Nice, nice people who will help at every opportunity. Traffic and noise that make NYC seem calm and quiet. Electrical wires stacked on top of each other and going every which way. Houses that still have no electricity. Ethnic minorities who still dress in their traditional clothes. Hard, hard, workers -- mostly the women. An observation: While the women are raising the children, working in the ...
... Front. The “Bonneville Bench” is approximately 5,100 feet in elevation, the highest level attained by Lake Bonneville some 15,000 years ago. The benches protrude from the mountainside, well above the valley floor.
I won’t go into the geologic catastrophe that befell Lake Bonneville, that’s another story in itself; instead I’ll focus on how people use these ...