Courchevel At Deer Valley
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... body strength can only end in disaster and laughing. We were on the boat for at least and hour and a half and when we finished our trip we got changed and went back to the coach ready to head off to Park City in Utah. We were driving for around 5 hours today but Mean Girls helped us with the journey. This evening we had free time to do whatever we wanted so we found a BBQ ...
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... lots of spires. We have learned a little about the rocks and the formations of this area. There are fins -- these are long narrow arms that may wear in the centre to form a window and then later with more ...
... some relief from the bikes and something to have a look at - it was initially set up as way station for travellers; where the pony express riders went east to west and the pony riders, went north to south. There was a Mormon missionary couple there at the time , with multiple kids who tendered to the travellers; shod the horses; grew gardens and feed people along the way - makes you wonder when they had time to have the 9 kids as well. ...
... Nevada is the plethora of prisons with signs on the side of the road that read "Prison Area: Hitchhiking Prohibited." If that tells you anything about northern Nevada. Mom thought the signs were rather comical, and read them every time they appeared, which was pretty frequently. Mostly, Nevada is just desert - nothing really intriguing or fantastic. There's a lot of wind and a lot of underbrush-type ...