A Nonny Moose (clandestiny) wrote,
A Nonny Moose

Golf cart rides and trampoline parties

Been off the grid for the past few days, so now I am back online for a while. When we arrived in Chicago, about 1 hour late, the internet was down so I could not fully update. Anyway, totally enjoyed the ride to Salt Lake. Food was great and the people we met were nice as well. Pics will be up, eventually. The wifi is a bit slow right now. Anyway, we got in one hour early and met up with the people whose house we were going to stay at. We spent the night in Kaysville, UT. About a 20 minute drive outside of SLC. It was nice and we had a lot of fun with the Meyer family. We stayed there until around 11am, when the patriarch of the family drove us back to SLC. He gave us the "5-cent tour" and we enjoyed seeing where the different buildings were that we wanted to see. After, he dropped us off at our hotel. We checked in, and got a King size room, which is really nice.

We went back out to walk around. Visit the SLC visitor center and picked up a map of the area. Went to the Gateway outdoor mall and found Huckleberry products and other neat SLC merchandise. We then went to the Planetarium and saw a show called Secret Life of the Stars narrated by Patrick Stewart. It was okay. We didn't really learn anything new, but it was still entertaining. One of the models in the Planetarium was a giant spinning globe by Rand McNally which included mountain heights and water depths.

Currently resting in the hotel until tomorrow.

So, what is the deal with the title? Well, we got to ride a golf cart around a Kaysville neighbourhood, because that is apparently something people do out here. And for trampolines, there are trampoline clubs where people go and jump around for a while. This is serious. Not sure we would do that, though.
Tags: erich entry, lds, mundania

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