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- Free parking
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... and their religious beliefs
on a one to one basis. We next visited
the Joseph Smith Memorial Building and the Church Office Building where we went
to the roof observation platforms for fantastic views of the city skyline and
the surrounding area. It was here that
we learned that the haze we have been seeing is actually smoke from forest
fires to the west in Nevada and north in Idaho.
Dinner was at a wonderful ...
... it's something that tires you out, but you can't stop doing them, and extra people to help prevent fatigue can be a big help). She didn't have a pulse the whole time, and after about 25 minutes the medics from the life flight helicopter said to stop CPR. Gabi was incredibly supportive of me afterwards, encouraging me and listening as I talked out and processed the whole thing. I am still processing it. I haven't wanted to ...
... Pretty much all the pics of SLC are of the concert, but that's cause there's nothing else! Left the gig around 11 on Saturday night to discover no transport available so had to walk about 6 miles back, where it took about 2 hours just to find a fast food place open (can always rely on the Mexicans!) Again got lost, so don't think arrived back at the house til about 3am - one thing I had noticed on the walk back was a lot of strip clubs which I thought weird for the place ...
... due to the way Brigham Young planned it. So I was constantly checking my map, trying not to get too lost. And then when in the desert, there's few, if any places to go get water or other amenities. Just take a look at the map of Utah west of Salt Lake City. Hardly anything at all besides the town of Tooele until you get to Nevada. But this was all what makes it great at the same time. I was always at least partially alert. And stuff happened and stuff didn't happen. It's ...
I woke up to another beautiful, blue sky in the Wasatch. Hardly a cloud at all. I've been mostly lucky in terms of weather onmy travels. However, there have been some exceptions. I did get caught in a horrible, rainy period while in central Texas in 2009. I also got stuck on my bike in a storm in western Massachusetts in 2008. Since that storm in Massachusetts, where, shivering and cold, I stopped cycling and caught a ride back to my hotel, I've been much better prepared for the ...