Monday, November 2, 2015

Life is busy, stop to smell the roses! (Murray Park)

One of my favorite parks in the Salt Lake Valley is Murray Park. It's big, it has lots of trees, has ponds and a small creek that runs throughout. It's very picturesque in the fall. I've been here many times before, but I've never noticed that they had a rose garden! They had many different types of roses. Some were meant to be fragrant, while others were more for show.

Here's Chief Wasatch. You've noticed him if you've ever driven down State Street. I discovered some interesting facts about him. He's a tribute to all of the Indian Tribes of Utah, Ute, Shoshone, Navajo, Goshute, and Piaute. He's made out of a tree, and he was built in Nov. 1985, 30 years ago this month!

A really big gun!

My wife and I next to a pretty pond!

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