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... that picture. You could even see it in the landscape from one end of Idaho to the other. Boys were tremendous for the ride. Tommy's more than half way through one of his summer readings and annotations. I'm sure that'll be done by the end of the trip. I envy his studiousness. Chris has been plugging away on a book Tommy got in the scavenger hunt. Driving through Salt Lake City was pretty neat. The land was flat with typical tall buildings but all around it was ...
... guard the State Capitol have signs just for me:
"Do NOT climb on lions"
Denver's lions were much friendlier.
Further towards the Wasatch Range up to University of Utah. The streets were all blocked. Tonight was the Utah Classic. Utah vs. Utah State. A group of students (one of which was more inebriated than the rest) were "walking" up towards the stadium. The most asleep of their crew decided to take a break near a parking lot trashcan and offered me ...
... bloom so we get to enjoy that "wonderful" aroma even though we aren’t in Durham (or Lattamoor for our neighbors there).
We came from the south through Provo and up I-15 where traffic moved well, but there were lots and lots of cars and trucks. Jim drove masterfully at one point when there was a full size mattress in our lane. Luckily, he was able to swerve to the left to avoid it since there was a huge ore truck ...
Sat 23rd Feb
All up early on the slopes.Interesting day as you can see from the photos. Heavy snow but also extremely windy-45mph at bottom. Morning ski was fantastic in the new snow, but after lunch Holly was overcome with altitude sickness about 2.30pm and was completely disoriented, nauseous and unable to stand, let alone ...
... or escorted to the room, or floor, that will meet your needs, and connected to someone who can help. There are 100 full and part-time professional staff and 700 trained volunteers, banks of computers and microfiche readers, tables to spread out your research papers and work all day, and photocopy machines to copy all the great stuff you find.
What a deal! If you’re looking at the blank Family Tree Chart and wondering what to ...