I have a problem where I often forget whether something happened to me in real life or just in a dream. One day I was driving around Provo and I saw one of the coolest buildings that I had ever seen. It was right in the middle of a residential community and looked a little out of place. I forgot where I saw, and I just figured that the building was from a dream. However, probably around a year latter, a friend started talking about the same building, and I realized that it actually is a real building. He was talking about the Maeser School, located on 500 East and 200 South. Here is a picture of it from 1908 and what it looks like today:
Below you can see the old school on the right and the new one being built on the left (behind the portion of the building that looks like it is being demolished). Near the top of the old building, there is a one foot section of building that has been removed. This is the border strip which has now been placed on the new building. Sorry for the glare, but I had to take this picture from the office window, since this area of the school is not accessible to anyone who is not a construction worker.