Value Place Provo, UT (American Fork)
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... we were first to get service. By noon we were on the road again.
The down time gave us a chance to take the drive from Provo to Heber City via the Alpine Loop.
The next day we went from alpine trees to desert. We drove the Desert Ramble loop. It took us around Tooele Army Depot. I wanted to go to a PX so I drove up to the ...
... spot, always sets the mood for a good cover shot, not to mention the option of throwing apples at each other as the girls looked for the exact pose that would propel them into stardom. Aunty Claire even had a special lens that allowed us to take off from a distance and happily run towards her in a display of happy energy. Can't wait for the proofs on this one. From there we were off to some train tracks to finish up the ...
... forged instead of cast. The spike was ordered on May 5, 1869 by Railroad Commissioner and candidate for Governor of the new State of Nevada, Mr. F. A. Tritle. Virgina City assayers E. Ruhling & Co. provided 25 ounces of silver which Robert Lodge of the Dowling Blacksmith
Shop forged into a rather rough, unpolished, 6-inch long, 10 1/2 ounce spike bearing only the assayers stamp. The spike was rushed twenty miles to Reno, barely in time to be given ...
... climbing on a picnic bench and falling backward into the stuff, at least a foot, I would say? Tony was also excited to see that we had landed near where the Donner Party incident occurred (which I had NO idea what that was all about, when he had added it to our original itinerary of "possible places" we could visit along the way...) There was a plaque all about it at this spot...So after a very boring drive across Nevada and Utah (so boring, they even post signs so ...
... Cars playing in the eating area. Hey, dinner and a movie for $23.00! What could be better?
We finish our day with a trip into Temple Square. The buildings in town are HUGE and I think the LDS church pretty much owns/runs the town. The temple is closed to the public but we were able to walk into the tabernacle. This is where the Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs. Unfortunately, it wasn’t Sunday or Thursday, so we weren’t able to see them perform. ...
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