It’s February 2018 – that means RootsTech is coming up, and Lisa and I are off to Salt Lake City for a week of genealogy fun, friends fun, and some sightseeing.

We arrived on Saturday, 24 February and as usual picked up a rental car so that we could head off on Sunday for “Bloody Tourist Sunday”. This year’s destination was to “Golden Spike National Historic Site” – the site where in 1869 the railroads that were being built from east and west of the United States met and were joined with the ceremonial hamming in of the last railway spike – the Golden Spike. 

Then since it was such a nice day, we headed out to Antelope Island for a rather chilly visit.

Below are 3 panoramic shots taken with multiple overlapping images on my Canon 70D camera and then joined together in Lightroom.

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