Empire Pass at Deer Valley Resort
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At 4:00 PM Monday, 9/9 we arrived at the Howard's house in Park City. About a half hour later Larry and Kathy rolled in. Larry must have used the high speed limit too! Introductions were made and we visited on the deck until John, Karen’s cousin, arrived to enliven the party. John has been traveling in this corner of the country by car for a couple weeks. Fortunately he had ...
... the same recreational area again. We picked up a few souvenirs then headed back downtown. We wanted to try a brewery that Laci recommended. We found out that it is located in Trolley Square, hopefully we found the right place. We had a beer and a late lunch, it was delicious. Manuel picked a really good beer called British Mild, had a note of coffee. My beer was good, tasted ...
... there is an awesome snowboard race track with jumps, steep hairpin turns, crazy banks, dips...its going to be so cool when they start racing - can't wait.
The gondola is a close 25 metre walk from the hotel back door which is great. Its closer walking to the gondola than it is for us to walk from our room to the back entrance of the hotel. Actually the hotel is so big, in a bad way. Its easy to get lost and everything is so far and ...
A day of rest! These are so welcome when you've been cooped up in a car for 12-13 hours. For the journey home we planned 2 driving days and a rest day. This seems to work out well for us.
The kids were pretty tired, so we let them sleep. We decided to split up for the day and go on our own as families. We decided to start at Antelope Island State Park, which is about 45 minutes north of Salt Lake City. This is where we would be able to float in the Salt Lake. ...
... streets wide enough for a horse-drawn wagon to turn around, with the result that traffic flows smoothly, but it takes a long time to walk across at a corner. Everywhere downtown are impressive buildings displaying the importance of the Mormon culture to this area of the country. Here are some pics from our drive around town.