Lake Colorado City State Park – Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]

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Lake Colorado City State Park
The slightly rolling plains of west central Texas are covered in scrubs like mesquite and juniper. Lake Colorado City is a cool contrast to the arid environment. Visitors from nearby cities like Abilene and Midland come to Lake Colorado City State Park to enjoy the best water recreation spot for miles around.
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Three UFOs Seen Flying Together Over Salt Lake City, Utah ( May 22, 2018 )

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A total of three UFOs were spotted over Salt Lake City Utah on may the 22nd 2018. The witness states ” I have no clue what I was filming. If somebody will give me the idea that gonna be perfect!

Salt Lake City
City in Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah’s high-elevation capital, is bordered by the buoyant waters of the Great Salt Lake and the snow-capped peaks of the Wasatch Range. Downtown’s 10-acre Temple Square, headquarters of the Mormon Church, is home to the majestic, 19th-century Salt Lake Temple and the neo-Gothic Assembly Hall. The acclaimed Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs in the square’s domed Tabernacle.
Elevation: 1,288 m



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This home is stunning! 7 bedroom, 6 bath. Spacious open floor plan. Outdoor kitchen with patios and decks for entertaining. Unobstructed views of the lake. Polyethylene deck with 2 boat slips. The amenities go on and on. Year round living. Additional apartment over garage. Home is sold fully furnished!

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SALT LAKE TEMPLE – Temple Square pt. 1

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This is part one of a series showing a life-size model of Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, created in the game Minecraft. Part two will be of the Church Office Building and the surrounding gardens/fountains.

For those unfamiliar with Temple Square or the Mormons, visit:

The song is called “O My Father” and this is my own recording of it.

Salt Lake City | Full-Time RV Living

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Here’s a typical day in the life of a full-time RVer! We travel to Salt Lake City, enjoy our spacious site at the KOA, visit Temple Square (Mormon Headquarters), grill up some chicken and veggies and roast some s’mores! We talk about the differences between our big, spacious KOA campground site and our previous smaller fairgrounds site. Everyday is a vacation 🙂


Punch by DJ Quads:
Chorale No. 1 by Twin Musicom
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History of the Mormons in Utah & the Salt Lake Temple 8/8

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In this film, “Mountain of the Lord,” a newspaper reporter from New York City visits with Wilford Woodruff, fourth president of Th In this film, “Mountain of the Lord,” a newspaper reporter from New York City visits with Wilford Woodruff, fourth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints after the death of John Taylor, to recount the history of the construction of the Salt Lake Temple in the late 1800’s.

In late July of 1847, the first group of Latter-day Saint pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley. Within a few days, their leader Brigham Young indicated the precise location where the holy edifice should stand by striking the ground with his cane and announcing, “Here we will build a temple to our God.” Apostle Wilford Woodruff marked the spot then and there. Construction of the temple began on February 14, 1853, following a groundbreaking ceremony conducted by Brigham Young.

A granite deposit was found nearby, and workers began to hand-chisel massive granite blocks which weighed between 2,500 and 5,600 pounds. These large stones were transported by ox-drawn wagon (and later railroad) to the temple lot. Most of the labor was performed by volunteers who, despite their hardships in trying to settle a new land, gave freely of their time and skills. Brigham Young encouraged the Saints to make the Salt Lake Temple the best it could be. The prophet stated that he wanted “to see the Temple built in a manner that it will endure through the Millennium” (Journal of Discourses, 10:254). The temple was built accordingly. Brigham Young also worked extensively with architect Truman O. Angell, directing what the temple was to look like according to the visions and revelations given him by the Lord. The architectural style of the temple is often described as Gothic, complementing the doctrinal symbolism and revelatory layout of the Temple.

There were numerous challenges which slowed the construction of the temple. At one point Church leaders learned that a U.S. Army contingent was being sent to Utah. Mormons distrusted the government that had allowed them to be persecuted and pushed out of Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, and New York, so the work on the temple was stopped and the entire foundation was buried. As positive relations developed between the U.S. Government and the Church, work on the temple was resumed. The foundation was uncovered, but workers found that there were cracks in the foundation blocks. They were forced to take them out and start over, using new stones that were cut to fit together without mortar.

The Mormons worked tirelessly to build the 253,015 square-foot temple. Once the exterior was completed, skilled artists and craftsmen were brought in to complete the temple’s 170 rooms. The interior furnishings were completed in one year, marking 40 years since the groundbreaking ceremony. The Salt Lake Temple became the largest temple, with 12 sealing rooms and four ordinance rooms (after various additions and remodeling). With over a hundred temples constructed since then, it still remains the largest in the Church.

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