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... We all enjoyed watching the athletes practice. At 1 pm there was an elite group that put on a performance and we were able to see part of that too. The kids got day passes and I purchased two single ride tickets. With the tickets I was able to go down a very long alpine slide track. The kids with their passes were able to do extreme zip lining and rope courses as well. There was a bob sled track as well but that was a bit too ...
... so he was loving it. Karli also remembered it was my birthday the next day and surprised me with a cake! It was pretty cool to be thought of like that and to see my little cousin again who’s all grown up now.
The next day was my birthday and already our last full day there. Corey watched the kids in the morning while I got a hair cut. During Iris’ nap the boys went to check out the Natural History Museum of Utah and thought it was ...
... So I yelled for Swoop throughout the 3rd quarter and biked back to my car before my parking expired.
I drove out to Farmington Bay, enjoyed an apple at sunset over the saltiest of lakes and drove through the dark to the Walmart in Burley Idaho to camp out.
There are signs everywhere for dust storms. For whatever reason, I really wanted one to kick up. With very few other cars on the road and the pitchness of the night, visibility couldn't get much worse.
My cover photo is from the Holi Festival here in UT. I went with my friend Shanker and his 2 children. It was very messy, but lots of fun! It was cool meeting Shanker's friends from the Nepali community here and getting in the spirit with a tradition festival to welcome spring with lots of color. I'm off for my long flight to Nepal tomorrow, 4/28. I arrive in Nepal on ...
... along with many other uses. We got a short tour and wish I had listened better, but I was taking pictures. This hall seats 21,000 folks and is just awesome. Its pipe organ only has 7,500 pipes. Go figure. The lighting for the stage area has 1,600 spotlights. They can broadcast is many languages. The seating are for the choir can all be removed and it becomes a plain old stage for whatever. Just walking around the grounds with its ...
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