Ramada Salt Lake City North Temple
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... talk about their Gold Award Projects. Also, Viviana was amazing. The state park was fun, especially seeing the bison and coyotes. The trails through the park had a very nice view of the mountains, which was cool. Dinner was yummy, especially the hibiscus lemonade.
Kira: Today was the last day of convention. The closing ceremony was really awesome and seeing the Young Women of Distinction was ...
... motor humming, pushing him down the road. Mind you, we are out in the middle of nowhere, temperatures approaching 100 degrees and the nearest town is Idaho Falls, more than 90 miles away! I have no idea what he was doing out here... But, on the other hand, I do.
During this trip we have seen people with every and all kinds of transport. There are couples and families in cars and pickups towing campers, boats, ATVs and bikes. Many huge motorhomes the size of small ...
... what a beautiful state. It is filled with hills and hills. There is green everywhere. People's lawns are acres and acres. They must mow full time. Along all the roadways are honeysuckle, luckily in bloom right now. It is beautiful. The winding, narrow and constant up and down hills of Kentucky were challenging. Especially with how loaded our bikes were.
Approaching Virginia nagged us with feelings of wanting to get this over, get home, get through. Instead of ...
... in the factories, working in the rice paddies, working in the fields -- all bent over or squatting -- the men are sitting around drinking coffee, or alcohol, and smoking cigarettes. Some of the men might work hard, but it is mostly the women. The countries are poor, very poor. The average wage in Vietnam is about $200 a month; in Cambodia it must be less. Cambodia is the most poverty ...
... the kids going into Costa Vida on Foothill Drive, rising over the sidewalk crowd at Red Iguana on West North Temple, rising over the horse-drawn carriages clopping the downtown streets, rising over the Arena’s hopeful crowd. Is it really 221,814 miles away? It seems close, shining over Salt Lake City, on a super Saturday night.
Some stats for the Jazz: their biggest win of ...