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... was Montpelier, where we were taken on a wagon ride (simulated) and told the story of the original settlers using the Oregon trail in their wagon trains to go across the country to take up free land. They had so many hardships - renegades, Indians and illness - and 1 person in 6 died along the way. Then on to Jackson, ...
... I only had 2 pieces.
We had enough Filipino jokes to make Grandpa Taba happy.
Only thing missing was Uncle Paul, Uncle Joey and their families. Maddy was on a mission so she was excused. A pot of Grandma's spanish rice and a few lumpias wouldn't have been bad.
!!Happy Birthday Grandma!!
P.S. Has anyone seen Dante or Matix in the last 8 hours?
P.S.S. Will Chloe ever let me hold her?
... well though and didn't complain but was pleased when Gary decided to stop for a coffee. I was soooo desperate I went to McDonalds for a bacon and egg burger. After that I was ok and put into the drivers side and away I went for a solid three hours. It was easy driving and with cruise control, travelling at 75mph we made good ground. Apart from a few road works that was the speed the entire way. The roads are ...
... a bit around. I wanted to stay till 12 or 1pm to get to see a bit of Jackson specially the shops looked really interesting but because it was 2 against 1 I lost.
In the end they had to give me right because salt lake city is nothing special. And because of their decision we lost 3 hours of strolling through a special western "cowboy" town, I was so mad of those two because I missed all of it :-((!
... the evening our host took us up into the mountains for a delicious steak picnic. It was a beautiful area and great to get up into as SLC is pretty much surrounded by mountains so it would have been a shame not to go into them. The picnic made it all the more enjoyable of course! We had a nice walk afterwards alongside the river running down the mountain and got some nice insights from Holly into what living in America is like. It's kind of a shame that we haven't met ...