|On March 11,
2006 I had the opportunity to visit the Family
History Library,which is run by members of the
Church of Jesus Christ of LDS in Salt Lake City.
Shortly after my arrival at the airport I got
into a conversation with the bus driver on the
way to my hotel. In the Library I should
absolutely talk to "Wolf" and give him
greetings from "Fred, the bus driver".
Fred insisted on taking me along free of charge;
after all, I was from "out of town".
It seemed to me as though the people in Salt Lake
City, more than anywhere else, have
maintained a pleasant friendliness and openness.
The next morning, I first wanted to become
acquainted with the city. So I walked around
Temple Square, the spiritual (and probably also
economic?) center of town. The main church of the
Mormons dominates the picture: