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We enter the Assembly Hall and based on the explanation of the religious ceremonies and gatherings that take place here, I quickly surmise that this is really what I would call a Church. I pose a question to the Sister inquiring as to what goes on in the Temple if this building is really more like a Church. I am informed that that is an “Excellent Question” and am told in a fairly vague way that there are super special ceremonies that only ...
... Aloe Blacc, Kate Davis, Andra Day and Al Schackman. We were able only to meet and greet – visit with friends and network as had ONE MORE movie preview to attend.
Our final film, I Smile Back, also in the US Dramatic Competition. Directed by Adam Salky (Dare), this is comedienne Sarah Silverman’s first dramatic film role. The film focuses on her character – a mother of two living the ...
... as well - a big double bed made out of what looked like tree trunks and I am sure it had leaather covered pillows (photo was taken). Bob picked up a lovely black rug which he wanted to take home but no room on the bike. The rug was sheep skins sticked together to make the shape of a bear skin - it was hard to spot the difference. We eventually found lunch in another adjoining room which was a ...
... continue on while it recalcs the route and comes back with a more suitable road choice. A few minutes and yet another request to turn down a gravel road, ignored again. Then another request this time the road is paved and looks 'normal' so left we go. 10 minutes down the road and it decays in quality but it is still paved, another 5 minutes and we are no longer paved but well maintained gravel. Ok we're almost back to the Interstate (so I think) so ...
... amp; Marilynn Crider's house and play golf on Wednesday.
The stay at the Johnson's rental house was great. They are great entertainers. We hit it off with their landlord and went to dinner together and she bought everyone lunch today -- thanks.
Next update from Pocatello.