Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Operation let's do this utah (update)

So in the last week I accomplished several missions from operation let's do this utah, I am sorry that I didn't take pictures of any of them:

Cabela's (indescribable)
This is the Place Monument (the heritage village was closed -- maybe need to go back to that one)
The Red Iguana (not as good as I would hope it would be -- I guess I need to get the mole)
Hickory Kist (pretty awesome sandwich)

Wow, there are a lot of food places on there. Regardless, I still have much to do -- I have won the battle, but I am losing the war.


Meredith said...

take the aquarium of the list. I went yesterday and don't think it will be worth your time or money. I loved it because I love marine life but it was depressing for the animals. I took lots of pictures that you can look at and feel like you went.
Let me know if you go to the zoo, I would like to be a part of that.

rob said...

really why would you go to an aquarium when you could go to cabela's -- it has an aquarium. And why go to the zoo when you could go to cabela's. They have animals -- albeit big dead ones. Some of them you can even eat in a sandwich form.

Cindy said...

That was the first time you went to Hickory Kist? I love that place.

rob said...

I know I kind of kicked myself for not going to Hickory Kist sooner. I know that Eva had worked there, but it just kind of hides there on center street. I ended up getting a whole sandwich and it was way too big for me to eat.

mmm. that sounds good now.

nathaniel said...

rob don't you remember when caroline worked at hickory kist and would bring back sandwiches for paul and we would eat them?

rob said...

I really don't remember that at all.

nathaniel said...

i guess there is so much awesome stuff to remember from broham house that it would be easy to forget the little things like when caroline would bring us (paul) sandwiches and leave them in the fridge....or maybe i'm confused. caroline worked at hickory kist right?

nathaniel said...

oh yeah, and the key words at the red iguana are "enchiladas suizas". i think it is spanish for "as good if not better than sex swimming in spicy brown sauce" or something like that.