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... final tears.I've always know Park City as a special place. For those who come and go, they see the natural beauty and feel a zest for life energy that oozes from Parkites. With one foot out the door I finally think I figured it out...Park City is an island after all. Sure it is land locked by mountains, a lake, and farms, but spend enough time here (at least 3 years before your considered a local) and you feel the special things that are generally ...
... a second time and told each other what we liked about them. I want to make an effort to do this more. Life can be hard and being affirmed feels really good.I parted company with the family at the airport with lots of sweet hugs, I will miss you and "I love you". We will be apart until I end my trip on March 31. The kids promised to read my blog and e-mail me once in a while. We probably won't be ...
... I think they should change the age limit on the low course to anyone over 40 must complete the low course and then if they do and still have the strength, they can try the upper one! Eventually with the help of the staff member on duty a few adults were assisted to the end of the course and then the ...
... found how a small town in Montana can play a role something as big as the independance of Ireland. Or in a little town where we watched a local parade and Pow Pow that focused on passing down the Indian and cowboy culture and ideals oto the next generation. We learned and enjoyed a lot on this trip and we can't wait to get started on the next ...
... downstairs for a cab every time I wanted to look out of the window. There seems to be a huge amount of space for everything in SLC, and subsequently everything is enormous. Apparently the city blocks are larger in SLC than in most other American cities, and it shows. My room was resplendent in what I believe is described as French Regency, and was glorious in its bad taste. Perfect! The hotel had the air of an immaculately preserved Dowager ...