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1. Great Harvest sells fresh ground wheat made into the best bread in town. I stopped by to buy a loaf and to my amazement, they had Mazurka (Mazurek) – a polish pastry. I was ecstatic so much so that I could hardly wait until I could buy one slice. Bread took second place today.
2. I received to photos from Aleksander who lives in one of the towns where my ancestors lived in Poland. It is a tribute to my Zagorski family and was built in 1860 by Andrzej Zagorski.
3. Sold another copy of my book called “Eames and Edwards Lineage”. It’s down to a blue moon when I have a cousin contact me by email who would like a hard copy of my book except they are all sold out so I do have CD’s of my book to sell. It took 7 years of research on that book and it grew to a gianormous size and gave me shingles.
4. Because of technology, I am able to see my grandchildren at least once a week. They live so far away now that I just can’t drive over to see them anymore. We use Skype and little N. tries to climb into the computer to touch me.
Old historic ZCMI front was kept intact while the interior has been completely rebuilt by Macy’s that will open in March of 2012.
Old historic clock on Main Street.
I walked from the Salt Palace Convention Center to Main Street and on the way took a walking tour of the part of City Creek complex which has been completed. It is a major revamping and rebuilding of one Salt Lake City block.
A tribute to the seagulls who gobbled up the black crickets saving the crops of the pioneers so that they did not starve to death.
Two fountains flowing on February 4. Hello, it’s still winter but where is the snow?
New sign “City Creek” on the new walkways next to the fountains.
Temple square across the street from City Creek complex.
Wasatch Mountains which are the western part of the Rocky Mountains.
Hopped onto the Sandy Trax train. Arrived downtown Salt Lake City 45 minutes later.
All dressed up with no place to go.
Olympic 2002 sign in the background behind the tree.
Celebrating 10th anniversary.
Free bag for attending rootstech.
Did he think it was carnival? Giant beads!
Unusual decor in the winding hallway of the Salt Palace.
Video games and other games such as pool for relaxing between massive daily classes for two
weeks. Everyone in our family used to play pool. Jaws would drop when I’d run the table and sink that 8-ball all in one go.
New glass bridge built for City Creek so you can cross from one shopping area to another without waiting for traffic or the train.
Window cleaners? No, guys hanging from a skyscraper while putting up a sign with pictures of a woman’s face.
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6. I put Linky on my blog without a hassle.