Residence Inn Salt Lake City Airport
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Today was quite the jam-packed day! The girls learned about a scholarship opportunity for Silver and Gold Award recipients, sat in on the live delegate voting and discussion session about outdoor programming and Journeys (at which CeCe spoke in front of THOUSANDS of people!!), completed a paper version of their Take Action projects for submission to GSLI, learned about others' projects, had an evening at the Clark Planetarium and ended with a dance ...
... and meltdown on January 3, 1961, killing its three operators. The event is the only known reactor incident in the United States which resulted in fatalities. Because of the nuclear contamination, the 3 personnel were buried in lead coffins. And to think we actually had lunch there!
We made Salt Lake City late in the day and checked into the La Quinta. Our first hotel in 14 days.
PS. Sorry for the long post. Roz has been driving all day and its boring just sitting ...
... knob. Oh well. We are feeling whole again but did not have time for a deep clean ....later right?
The drive was windy and then very windy from Twin Falls all the way to Salt Lake. We headed to our friends of many years, the Berndt's to stay for the evening. They had arranged ...
... was laying sprawled out in the shade, shirt up and he looked rough. A man who came out of the store with me, panicked, as I was trying to get Scott to drink and placing cold bottles of everything around him. This man was so worried and so kind. He wanted to call an ambulance. I thanked him and said that it was just the heat. He reluctantly left. This was on the corner of a busy intersection.
I knew we were in trouble. I called Enterprise car rental, yay they had ...
... which was really kinda small. But the billboard said it was the largest and I bought it hook, line and sinker. So I stopped and bought some shiny stuff for my gats.
Also, we drove through a town called "Beaver." Heheh! I bought a hat that says, "I <3 beaver." What an awesome hat. I'll post up a picture.
Anyway, i'll post up more tomorrow. Tata for now!