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... at his volunteer badge we found that he has already volunteered there for over 1,000 hours--pretty impressive to say the least. His name was Noel and we could tell that he loved his trains. He has a key to some of the more historic trains, and we were able to go inside a medical train that dealt with soldiers who were casualties of war as well as an old Mail Car. There were many different trains at the museum but we didn't do too much looking there because it was getting ...
... and New Zealand was finally about to start. We drove to their home in North Ogden and were immediately rapt with the gorgeous views from their balcony, both from the colours of the surrounding trees and the towering mountains behind. Martha had placed little NZ flags placed around the front garden to welcome us! We enjoyed a beautiful dinner of chicken cooked whole on the barbecue. Their neighbours Barry and Carolyn!! came to meet us and joined us all ...
... world and visit all 7 continents. Once Holly joined the adventure, we re-looked at the pillars and other stops. Eventually, we decided to drop Nepal as a pillar and not plan anything beyond New Zealand (more on that in a bit). We kept the other pillars and the desire to circumnavigate the world. We'll figure out the other stops as we go.
The next step was to work out the timing and make the travel arrangements. I initially read about two options for buying ...
... almost the only ones in the place. After lunch we walked back to the Temple Square area and went to the Church History Museum. It was very interesting. Neither Brian or I were very familiar with the LDS beginnings and history. I will say that all the volunteers are extremely welcoming and friendly. We talked to one gentleman there for quite awhile. By the time we left the museum it was about 6:30 pm. We were not hungry for dinner so we decided to take a ride out to ...
... the rest of our time exploring Salt Lake City, Ogden and the surrounding areas. Ogden is situated against the Wasatch Front on the west flank of the Rocky Mountains. Needless to say, the scenery is beautiful. In fact, some of the mountain peaks still had snow.
From Hill AFB we could see the Great Salt Lake which is 75 miles long and 25 miles wide. I'm sure you've heard that people can actually float in the lake due ...