Sundial Lodge At Canyons Resort
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... under them.
Lyndsey decides to hike up a little further to stand in the window area.
We check out a few more windows and arches.
As we ...
... but initiated the conversation which might have taken a different direction had we not been clear about our beliefs. They did manage to give us a parting handful of pamphlets and brochures. They were actually interesting reading since I didn’t know very much about the founding of the LDS church.
Note: Missionaries in the centers had flags from many other countries—Germany, New Zealand, ...
... Salt Flats - the place where all the land speed records are tested.The space is ideal due to the flatness, dryness and hard surface. While Geula and the boys napped, Michael peeked around at the exhibits and the Salt Flats overlook. He was going to take a picture of the site plaque, but as he was walking over with his camera, a semi pulled up directly in front ...
... told us there was a water tower at the beginning that we could climb on and eat our bagels. As we got closer up the trail to the tower, we noticed a large amount of water running down our trail. We decided to go off the path and make our own way up to the tower, which included climbing up a rock wall - which I made it up some how. After we made it up to the top of the tower, it was a spectacular view of downtown Park City. We could also see all three ski resorts, Canyons where ...
... houses their main temple, ancillary assembly halls, and massive corporate office blocks (which proves they are a real church I guess! ;-)).
We used our best ninja skills to avoid being acosted, but there were lots of young Mormons hanging around the main church complex going up to people and asking "Have you heard about the Good Book?". Now clearly my first response would have been to direct them to some of Tim ...