Mount Olympus Presbyterian Church (12/25/2016) We had a foot of snow on Christmas Morning; So, I took a walk to photograph interesting looking trees. This is an interesting tree in front of Mt Olympus Presbyterian Church in Holladay, Utah.
3900 South 2000 East (02/27/2014) This new building is rising on the corner of 2000 East 3900 South. My guess is that it will be a church.
Main Entrance (08/25/2013) The Main Entrance of Olympus High School faces 2300 East in Hollday.
Performing Arts (08/25/2013) This is the northern wing of the new Olympus High School viewed from the corner of 3900 South 2300 East.
Olympus Framed (08/25/2013) Olympus High School viewed from 3900 South with Mount Olympus peering over the corner of the building on the left.
Mount Olympus (08/25/2013) Olympus High School is named for Mount Olympus; So, I would be remiss in my duties if I failed to include an image of this grand escarpment looking over the North wing of the school.
3900 South (08/25/2013) I ran out into the middle of 3900 South at about 2350 East as the road heads toward the Wasatch Mountains.
Two Dancing Cats (03/18/2008) Two Dancing Cats occupied this space on 3900 South before the move the Sugarhouse.
3900 South is one of the primary East West roads in the Salt Lake Valley. Going East to Weat, the road starts as neighborhood streets in the Olympus Cove. It crosses Wasatch Drive at the Olympus Hills Shopping Center.
The road ducks under the I215 Freeway and takes a steady descent into the valley. There is a steep hill just before Highland Drive as the road moves from the benches into Salt Lake City proper.
3900 South has a number of major intersections with 1300 East, 700 East, State Street and Main. It takes a bumpy ride over the new trax lines then climbs a small hill to take a more stately ride across 300 West, the main railroad tracks and I15.
The road takes a small dip to cross the Jordan River then rises again on its westward voyage through West Valley City and onward to the Oquirrh Mountains.