Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Salt Lake City Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was our final day in Utah, and it was awesome. We began our day by attending the closing ceremony for the GSUSA National Convention. We heard some great speakers, heard about the Gold Award Projects from the 2014 Young Women of Distinction, and got pumped for the next convention. Viviana, a little girl with a big voice, ended with a great rendition of Alicia Key's "Girl on Fire." We then visited Temple ...
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... pretty good preparation for the stuff I could be doing in the future. That was from 9-5 every day. Yes, every day. His weekends are Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Granted, we had a lot of downtime, but we had to stay "on the job" the entire time, lunch excepted.
After work on Friday, he took me to the shooting range. Having never shot a handgun before, I'd say I did fairly well. All my shots were within a ...
... making a quick dash back to the bus to take cover. Some enjoyed a paddle, others a swim. It was soon time to get back on to the road. We drove to Salt Lake City for a grocery shop giving Nathan chance to have a quick hair cut before continuing on a four hour drive to the Mystic hot springs. On arrival the place looked like an abandoned trailer park full of old rustic vehicles and camper-vans. We were greeted by a friendly fellow, Jimmy who has been tending this area for the last year. ...
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