Ramada Limited Draper
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... in North America, and that the New Jerusalem would be built in Missouri.
The Book of Mormon is a book of LDS scripture that takes place during the same time as the Bible and takes place on the American continent. It follows the stories of two tribes who descended from the family of Lehi. After Jesus’ resurrection LDS people believe he visited the peoples of the Americas.
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... the Copperton Concentrator." Unfortunately, we couldn’t enter the site. The visitor center was closed because of slumping. Millions of cubic yards of debris slid down the slope and, even though they have been cleaning it up for 2 years, it will still take years to finish. They have no plans to build a new visitor center. There also used to be a viewing area, but that also closed, since someone drove their pick-up truck over the edge. Next stop...Bonneville Salt ...
... the ocean - we get 50% of our oxygen from the sea…so learn to love and protect plankton – for without these incredible, tiny creatures, we will literally loose our sea life and…our oxygen supply!
It was an amazing film and included a fascinating Tesla rigged with high tech projection that can have these images covering buildings/cities. WOW!
... a moment stored in your mind--you experience so much more. You can remember the sounds around you. The taste of the air. The surge of feelings you had.
When you look at a photograph, you remember where it was taken. When you recall a memory, you remember what happened. How you interacted with the universe at that moment.
Photos are beautiful. Memories are invaluable.
... it was hot! We stopped to make lunch at a lovely marina on Bear Lake, then for coffee and restrooms in Logan, a university town where I bought a Jo Nesbo book, The Devil's Star. I haven't been reading on my tablet at all but think it will e nice to have a proper book, even for the flight home. The drive was lovely with lots of yellow and red foliage, flat farmland, mountains, and even Paris, population 387. In Salt Lake City we were all very excited to be staying in ...