Ramada Salt Lake City North Temple
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... to all that wish to see them. These are completely free of charge which is
refreshing. The only place that is
closed to visitors is the actual Tabernacle which is considered a "Sacred" and
not "Secret" place. There is however a
scale model of the Tabernacle on display which shows all the rooms inside it.
We were staying at the KOA RV Park in Salt Lake City. This is the closest RV Park to the centre of the ...
... I told Harper that we should park in the lot and conduct an investigation. He agreed. I managed to get a couple of clips from the show and we listened to them through the car radio. Turns out, as we were listening to the episode clips, that the restaurant was a very dark place and had a 'thing' attached to it with long skinny spider legs, no eyelids and bulbous eyes. It could apparently touch and possess people and even follow them home. As soon as I heard that I remembered ...
... fun hanging out with other kiwis and taking the **** together about America, NZ and everything in general (eg Heidi and the kids).
23rd October - Today was a slightly slower day. Heidi and I went and drove the Alpine Trail. It was very pretty and the Autumn leaves gave it an extra edge on the sexy ...
... to take us to the airport. Our cute house sitters, Sophie and Manny, will move in tomorrow to care for our house, dog, and cat. Yeager, our three year-old English Springer Spaniel, knows something is up and he is being extra cuddly. Spike, our 12 year-old cat, couldn't care less that we will be leaving him for a month. He, too, has been extra cuddly, but I think that is because we put Kitty Paws on his claws so he can't claw the carpet. No more ...
... was very wide and quite crusty, to the lake edge. It was a bit smelly here but the view was absolutely amazing. It was probably our best sunset yet.
The sky transformed to a rainbow of colours behind the mountains, which were all then reflected on the still lake. It was seriously beautiful. After the last of the orange glow dulled, we snuggled up in our tent and listened to some howling. I think maybe coyotes or ...