Armstrong Mansion Bed and Breakfast
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... trees!!! Finn loved through the trees so much whenever there was trees he would go through them. Jess like to call through the trees fruit the cheese.
The people on the ski field said it was the best day of the season with the storm bringing more than twice the amount of snow than any day this season which is almost over. The cartmans have never skied in such deep and light fluffy powder. It was also our first time having snowball fights in a hot ...
... the car listening to tunes. April 20: We had a restful night and awoke to chilly temperatures. We breakfasted while wearing multiple layers. We then drove into town for laundry. I had to call Verizon to get my data plan straighten out, so I could continue to "blog," get e-mail, and other things. All things are a go now. We finished with the clothes, made another grocery run for dinner supplies. We arrived back at camp, had lunch and then journeyed out for a bike ride in the ...
... Once we had stopped being so childish we carried on in the car and got to Bountiful (just north of Salt Lake) about 830pm. Three cats and a dog were promptly smothered with love, we had a visit from one of the girls Natalie, her lovely partner Lynette and two of the kids. As per Hiltons description of the Utah Italians, the volume exceeded a nuclear bomb!!! The house is beautiful, the family are amazing, and we are so lucky to be here. Time for liver ...
... a moment stored in your mind--you experience so much more. You can remember the sounds around you. The taste of the air. The surge of feelings you had.
When you look at a photograph, you remember where it was taken. When you recall a memory, you remember what happened. How you interacted with the universe at that moment.
Photos are beautiful. Memories are invaluable.
... has an 80 mph speed limit and I did every bit of it and sometimes a little more. I had a cop behind me at one point but he chose to pull over a nice looking couple that was going faster than me! I pulled over a couple of times hoping to find something to take a picture of but that’s when I realized that I had found the often mentioned BFE (Bum F___ Egypt) because this place is pretty desolate! I later pulled in for gas in a small town called Mountain ...