Ramada Salt Lake City Airport
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... who encouraged us to never give up. Connie Lindsey introduced the new National Board and the new President. Anna Maria Chavez spoke to all of us about how great convention was for her personally. The Young Women of Distinction were inspiring and intimidating. Their projects inspired me to go beyond my own limits and push myself. In closing, a young girl sang Alicia Key's "Girl On Fire" and was amazing. I am ...
... on the motor bike was out there. He was DOING IT!
Further on we came to a road leading to a small group of houses about a mile away. The sign read, "Atomic City". The town has a population of 29 (up from 25 in the 2000 census), one bar and one store that no longer sells gas.
I was struck by the multiple references to "Atomic" in this area. It looked like the kind of place where a nuclear bomb would be tested. I knew, however, there were no bombs detonated in ...
... open hills and finally we had a big one. Maybe 40 mph. He heard a thumping and kept his speed in the low 20s. Had he let it all out I hate to think of the consequences.... Luckily, we had saved the threadbare old one and we put a liner on it to cover the worn holes and started out.
Oops, I had a flat.
We had to change it. All this was in the heat of the day and exposed, no shade. As we began to ride the miles into town, Scott seemed to get slower and slower. ...
Still no sign of squatch.
10:05 pm local time: Rachel has decided to let me update the blog today. That being said, there isn't much to report. We decided to stop in Salt Lake City, Utah instead of our originally planned destination of Twin Falls, Idaho because we really didn't feel like driving that far. Haha. I guess it boils down to me being lazy. I rule.
Rachel and I ...
... and dancing on a glass-bottomed floor, lit up from below. Music in marble halls on top of the loveliest hill in town. It's a party in the People’s House, just one of many events that happen here on a regular basis – proms, weddings, concerts, meetings; get-together for fun or for business, this building is open for your use. But back to that prom.
The space is architecturally stunning; graceful marble ...