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- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... it not as much fun as the street luge that we rode on at Alberta's Olympic park.
Lyndsey heads over to the adventure course. This is a combination of rock climbing, rope and net crossings, cliff walking and ends in a zip line. First she is put into a harness and helmet and then shown ...
... We would start a round, then Mom would fidget and roll her dice absentmindedly in her hand. The result was trying to figure out what letters she had, which was difficult because she insisted on hiding her letters from us after each roll. This happened multiple times and made us laugh so hard that I peed my pants! Every time it happened, she would be bewildered that it occurred and she'd proclaim that this time she would just keep her hands under the table. It was hysterical! ...
... can't be changed.
PS: Dad you should go there (with me so that I can see it too, this time), it's a dream!
Salt Lake City is an awful city; to big, to fare away from the forest or something green, nothing special, cold and grey like most of the buildings ...
I definitely have to go back to Jackson sometime soon! Maybe with my dad: would be nice!!
Till the Grand Canyon, laters.
... a birthday plan that goes tragically, but hilariously, wrong.
Back on the shuttle to The MARC Theatre, capacity 550 for the truly AMAZING "The Surrogate". HUGE buzz around this one and it got picked up by Fox/Searchlight recently. Based on the autobiographical writings of Berkeley based journalist and poet Mark O'Brien (played by John Hawkes). He was stricken with polio at age 6 and was in an iron lung until his death in his 40's. He realizes ...