Value Place Ogden
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... his first day of class shortly thereafter. Barbara arrived and we all helped to prepare steaks, mashed potatoes and salad for dinner. We had a spirited conversation about many topics. I followed the last bit of the NCAA final basketball game. The Duke Blue Devils surprisingly upset Wisconsin for the university's fifth national championship. This gives me a chance to get some more championship apparel. After some TV, we retired. April 7: We arose late and had a leisurely ...
... and a Docent at the local Hill Aerospace Museum. He was a Sergeant Major, USA, Retired, and then a member of the Roy, Utah Police department for many years as his second job after retiring from the military. His badge showed that he has volunteered there for over 650 hours. As you can see, he was very well qualified for what he is doing, and we can assure you that he is very enthusiastic!
Gary R. and Oldcat, wish you could have been there. John says that ...
... Temple - you can't get lost.
4. As long as there's a Mormon around you will always have someone to talk to.
5. Mountains and skiing all around you (positive if you are into skiing and nature if not move to bad list)
1. Most of the free stuff is religious based and around the Temple
... Valley and to the attractive towns of Liberty, Eden and Huntsville. The latter town is where Jim grew up so lots of stories were told driving around there! We can see now why Martha suggested we come here in the fall. The colours are just beautiful. Up the mountain road to Snow Basin, the ski field where the 2002 Olympics were held. We drove back to Ogden on a different route and stopped to call on John and Barbie, their good friends who wanted to meet us. ...
... far with finding places to stay, just a hostel room in Buenos Aires and a hotel room in Ushuaia. We discovered hostels aren't as cheap as they once were, especially if you want a private room. On the flip side, they aren't the grungy, bare bones refuges where you may share space with the resident cockroach anymore either. I expect we will stay in a mix of hostels and hotels throughout the trip. We may even throw a house or apartment in there when we get to ...