Sky Harbor Suites
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... his name. He started flying balloons after staring in a few movies in Hollywood, now he lives in Utah and is living the dream flying balloons most days and zipping around in his red Ferrari. He tends to find flying low more fun than flying high so he took us for a tour through the suburbs and we peered into people's backyards, scared dogs and horses and got followed by the police. I am struggling to find the words to explain ...
... polygamist - he had 55 wives!!!!) The Heritage Centre has some original and many recreated buildings from the time. The museum also tells the story of the Mormon Battalion, the army of 500 men Young bargained with the government to send to Mexico in 1846-7, in exchange for money and clothing for his followers. They marched 2000 miles, never saw action and then rejoined their families at SLC. Longest march in USA history. Very interesting ...
... and gave me lots of ideas. Today, we also went to a park and the scenery was simply breathtaking. The mountains are so beautiful, and nothing like the mountains in New York. We saw many animals like antelope and bison. It was crazy how close we were to the buffalo and antelope. It is sad that tonight is our last night!
CeCe: Sadly, today was our last day of convention. We heard from the founder of ...
... Did not sleep one bit that night, partly due to the excitement of the gig, but primarily due to The Three Fat Snoring Tenors. Jesus, I've heard snoring before, but this was like a ******* earthquake! Well despite all its negatives, the hostel did at least have a free breakfast so went down with my new fat friend, who managed to occupy the space of three breakfast stools just by himself. Then checked the hell out of there... Did kinda search for the highlights of SLC, ...
... 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 ...