Yamaha C7 – super dusty key bed
YM activity caves behind rock canyon park:
Breakfast at Eva’s Boulangerie –
Went through the 12 noon SLC Temple endowment session.
Thanks for dinner Gary ‘n Karen Henderson.
Brought girls to Chad ‘n Maizie’s for the night so we could celebrate our 7th anniversary.
Really cool house (459 N Pugsley St., Salt Lake City, UT) we saw as we were driving around. Gina loves the porch and the yellow door. Me too.
And this current pic I took:
Peery Hotel: not recommended.
Looks nice in pictures, but the rooms are small, heating doesn’t work well, parking accommodations were discouraging ($12/day and we were ticketed within 15 minutes having just gone inside to check in and inquire about parking), has an old feeling (it is on the historic registry, so I guess that’s to be expected…ish) and the customer service was, well, sub part to put it nicely. The tempurpedic bed was quite comfy however…I’ll give them that. Maybe next time we’ll go to the Grand America…
Because the hotel was a downer we decided to treat ourselves out to dinner at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse; and it was exquisite.! (About $150 after tip). Attention to detail, rose petals to celebrate our anniversary, incredible steak, salad, desserts, service…wow…
Then we went to City Creek:
And got an intro to the world of Rolex watches (ranging from $5k-$80k+).
My favorite was the Daytona (approx $26,000). Precision!
Thanks to Daron Cameron for spending an extra 1/2 hr educating us AFTER the store closed (not to mention all the time before it closed!)
“To the person who does not know where he wants to go there is no favorable wind.”
It’s fun (and frustrating at times) to look through homes compiling dreams of things we think we want but for which it isn’t the right timing.
It is simply amazing though to meet people who are open and friendly and sharing like Dr. Dan and Lisa Thomas. He gave us a tour of their entire house top to bottom – very cool. Had a lot of aspects that we would/will/may incorporate when we buy or build a home.
So fun gathering ideas – does require a bunch of patience though! I guess any dream that’s still in the dream stage does require some patience to achieve…Lord bless us with patience…
Shop/3rd garage 20×20 plus add-on:
~4,000 total total sf including the unfinished basement, ~2,500 living sf (410 yrs ago – 400k house, 100k lot).
We’d definitely go smaller, but all in all very nice house – thanks for the tour Dr. Dan!
Parker and I talked yesterday about what he envisions building on his Woodland property. He described a barn with the lower level intended as a workshop (approx 3,000 s/f), with an upstairs 2bd apartment (approx 1,100 s/f). Then over time build a small house next to it.
Well I passed what I thought looked strikingly like what he had described to me on 1800 N in Pleasant Grove (pic above) to I clicked a pic.