Staybridge Suites Salt Lake-West Valley City
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... people know how to go from protest to plan. When we can become highly collaborative about what is to come – that's when we would know real power"
Today's schedule really illustrates our jaunt through Sundance – film, panel, film, party, network, party, film, panel, party, network…..and very little food!
Off to (another) 8:30 premier - Mississippi Grind, written ...
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... first stop, the Assembly Hall, allowed us to see the first worship space built by the Mormons. Our guides made sure we got the appropriate understanding of all the architectural items that surrounded us. And the building is a wonder.
The guides also took us to the South Visitors Center where the model of the Temple is displayed. All the walls are covered with pictures, quotes, media displays telling the Mormon story, especially their emphasis on the ...
We got up early, got through security and waited to see if we would get on the first morning's flight home to Salt Lake. We did end up getting on, but with only two seats together, so Scott sat by himself, while I sat with Maya next to me and Elyse on my lap. The plane had individual entertainment monitors, so Maya watched Frozen twice, Elyse took ...
... Hewes decided upon a more practical token. Using about $400 of his own gold, he had the William T. Garatt Foundry of San Francisco cast a golden spike. The spike was 5 5/8 inches long, weighed 14.03 ounces and was made of 17.6 carat gold. Only about $350 worth of gold, however, was used to make the actual spike. The remainder was left attached to the spike in a large sprue. After casting, the golden spike was engraved on all four sides and the top. Two sides bore the