Fox Point at Redstone
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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 ...
... spooky would it be if the next one we saw was ‘E’ for Elvis. As we drove past Elko, sure enough an ‘E’ carved on the hillside. The rest of the drive through Nevada we never saw another letter carved into the hill.
It was a long haul to Salt Lake City, the longest drive yet in a day. But meant the journey the next day to reach Angela at Driggs was a shorter one. We pulled into a suitable Walmart at about ...
... sculptures down yet, so we could still see them all through the gate. One of the most memorable ones I saw was of Mount Rushmore. Truly amazing. After lunch, we set off for the 1.5 mile walk back to the house. Somehow it was colder and windier than when we left and we were all pretty cold with countless snowflakes in our eyes by the time we got home. We made a quick visit to the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics Museum, which is housed ...
... City and got out to look at the lake of salt. It really looked like water because it was as far as you could see. We drove a little more to a shopping center and Mom and I shopped, finally! After that, we drove to a nearby Wal-Mart for the night. Today was a lottt of ...
... happy. We started taking Diamox today to prevent altitude sickness....well, 2 of us did. Kate is holding out and will stick with gingko for now. So far no side effects, except for the tendency to pee a bit more than usual. Tomorrow is final packing day. We need Peruvian money, international cell phone plan, and the all important snacks. Sulpayki to you for wishing us well...Quechua for thank ...