Alta Peruvian Lodge
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... the top floor of the Joseph Smith
Memorial Building. At 7:30 we returned
to the Conference Center for a rehearsal performance of the Tabernacle Choir,
this was fantastic and we both enjoyed the performance. The auditorium is so big that with us seated
in the first level of the balcony section the 360 member choir and the full
orchestra seemed to be in miniature. It
was an amazing experience to see and listen to the choir.
... beyond Gabi) because it's so heavy and sad. But at least I was able to help the effort to save a life, even if it wasn't successful. Take a CPR class!!! (I can recommend a really good one!) And it's crazy to think that EMT's and other medical professionals see stuff like this every day. All my respect and gratitude to them. And I'm wishing peace and blessings for the victim's family and her spirit.
I posted ...
... but apparently it has one of the highest number of them in the whole country - this place just doesn't make sense! So yeh once the gig was done, my main priority was to get out - by this time, id managed to work out where, so organised a car rental for myself and advertised on Couchsurfing for people to share the ride. What I ended up with was to prove very interesting, odd and possibly even outweird we the weird that was Salt Lake City... (Ps. Don't even bother visiting ...
... I just love seeing the world.
So I made my way back to the now familiar KOA Kampground in SLC. It was nice to see it again. I even started to remember the sights on Redwood Road as I rode the opposite way. Some of the people even recognized me when I got back there. Made myself some dinner in the little general store they had (didn't know you couldn't put metal in a microwave!). And back to my little tent site.
Tomorrow I would go explore Salt Lake City.
... always make sure to have some kind of rain jacket and some extra clothes to deal with the rain and drop in temperature that sometimes accompanies a storm.
The forecast for the week showed a storm moving into the Salt Lake City for late Thursday and Friday. It was Tuesday in Heber. I had planned on this day to cycle up to Park City, stay there overnight and then ride back through Big Cottonwood Canyon to SLC on Thursday. Not wanting to take the chance of riding in the canyon during ...