Hampton Inn & Suites Salt Lake City-West Jordan
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She's six days old. BQ and Brendan fly home today. Managed to get a gate pass and went through security with BQ and waited for him to board. Long trip and late arrival home for them. They got to bed around 2 am. I moved hotel rooms and hung out with Brigid at the ...
... policy in pioneer Utah was complete self-sufficiency and independence.
The first fair, then called "The Deseret Fair", was held October 1856 in the building known as the "Deseret Store and Tithing Office".
The basement of the Deseret Store, displayed agriculture products including, "large hens from Land's End England." The handicraft products were displayed on the first floor, including, "a very handsome bridle, saddle and buckskin suit" and on the ...
... In Salt Lake City, that place is Temple Square, so central and so significant that even the street names designate one’s distance from the place. Why do people go? Is it a spiritual quest, or simple curiosity? Do people go for history – the history of their family, or the history of the settling of the west? Or do they go because it’s pretty?
Temple Square isn’t all that big; it ...
... and my father had a huckleberry turnover. Yes, we do like our huckleberry products!
After breakfast it was time to check out of the hotel and begin our journey to Yellowstone. Unfortunately, it had rained all night and was still raining steadily so it made sightseeing less favorable. We left the hotel and made our way up Rte. 89 and got to Yellowstone’s South entrance about 10am. Upon entering, the ranger at the booth informed us that the road from West Thumb to Old ...