Today was a little work, some sightseeing, and a great dinner with friends. I paid the bills this morning, and Marilyn did some cleaning. After lunch, we went to see the Union Stations Museums in Ogden, UT. Indoors, they have most of the guns designed by Browning, an old car museum, and a railroad museum. They have pictures and artifacts related to the meeting of the Union Pacific and Santa Fe railroads in Utah, models of those railroads, and the safe that the Golden Spike was stored in. Outdoors, they several locomotives and other rail cars. We had a guided tour of the indoor rail museum. One of the guide’s stories was that the Mormon Church loaned money to Union Pacific, which they refused to repay. In NY, the CEO of Union Pacific said that the church could have all of the left over parts at Promontory Point. Brigham Young accepted the payment because he wanted a railroad built down to Ogden.