Cats: You say, "We have way too much of a history of just demolishing
things and modernizing," and I immediately think of how we have recklessly
changed the meaning of marriage, the ages-old custom of joining a man and a
woman together, to accomodate the agitating few.
This is so wonderful. I have very deep roots in Provo and it is very important
to preserve our history. I hope more places can be preserved. We have way to
much of a history of just demolishing things and modernizing. I'm glad we
are finally beginning to preserve things.
Would not be a problem to built a lot around it, leave it there make a stand for
tourist to see Provo Pionier at first site.Have a Tourist Shop as well and
remind people of the good old days, when Provo used to be without all the
Gentiles around.Utah is coming down sooner or later, so that would give it
some time.Stall the decay in a matter of smaller steps.Would
not be a problem, would it.Where there is a will, there is a way.