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Adventures at the Utah State Capital
Toting around three kids on an overcast and cool day in May, looking for a way to kill some time. I thought “should I try the Utah State Capital?”
I didn’t want to become “that” Uncle. You know the one that drags you to boring places that kids have no interest in whatsoever.
Luckily, that didn’t happen. The State capital is a beautiful building, inside and out. It feels like a museum, full of fascinating history about the State, and the building of the Capital itself, which was completed in 1912.
The kids found their local Representative offices, a statue of Philo T. Farnsworth, the founder of Television and coincidentally a relative of theirs, and learned all kinds of interesting facts about Utah.
“Is this where Trump will live?”
I smiled and shook my head no, and thought…
at least they are interested in learning about how our country works in regards to laws and policies.