Utah, Thank You and Goodbye

This weekend, I will make the twenty hour drive back to Dallas with all of my stuff, making the move from college student in Utah to, hopefully soon, professional in Dallas or practically anywhere else I find a job.

Over the past five years I have had many wonderful adventures and met many amazing people. Here are some of my favorite adventures, places and restaurants in Utah in no particular order.

Temple Square after General Conference Priesthood Meeting

Salt Lake City

Temple Square and the Salt Lake Temple

Sampan Chinese Cuisine

Jack Solomon’s Home full of antiquities and art

LDS Business College at the mansion and Triad Center

Walking or driving down South Temple

Walking or driving down Main Street

City Creek Center construction watching

Ensign Peak

The Brimhall Building, where I spent many hours at BYU

Lion House Pantry

This is the Place Heritage Park

Going to The Forgotten Carols

Provo

Chinese Garden Chinese Restaurant

Rancheritos

BYU campus: Monte L. Bean Museum, Hinckley Center

Walking to Albertsons or Fresh Market down 500 West from the Omni

Tucanos Brazilian Grill

Around the State

Big Cottonwood Canyon specifically the Silver Lake boardwalk trail

Silver Lake in Big Cottonwood Canyon

Antelope Island

Manti Temple

Zion National Park

Arches National Park

Cove Fort

Thanks to all of the wonderful people who have been there and shared these adventures with me. It wouldn’t have been the same without you. You can click on these places for websites with more info and I created a Google Map just for this post called Kevin’s Favorite Utah Places.

Now off to have new adventures. First stop Hovenweep National Monument and Mesa Verde National Park then off, with a few other stops, to Dallas for many more exciting adventures.

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