Fox Point at Redstone
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... me in the valley below.
I wasn’t sure where I was on the mountain, so I called my friend Weston who knows the ins and outs of all the trails, with him being a trail guide. He told me to start heading down the mountainside and I should come right out in the middle of town. I headed towards a lift to download, but it turned out it wasn’t operating, so I continued my trek down a steep path trying to figure out how to make ...
... They had a bobsled that you could do which Joe was itching to try but sadly, we just couldn't make it work for him. The bobsleds go down the track at 60-80 MPH.
While the ziplines, chair lifts, and alpine slide were all really fun, Audrey and I really challenged ourselves on the ropes courses. They had one for beginners and kids which Audrey completed twice. They had two others that ...
It's 525 miles, about 830 ks. Started 16 degrees Celsius and finished at 35. We thought it was going to be and endurance ride, and to be fair the last 160 ks were that. But the beginning, man what a great experience. It's such a huge place, but the colours, contours, and strange stuff were brilliant. And we were fanging along, 140ks before breakfast in a little over and hour, then 210ks in ...
... got to go into the Tabernacle where the choir performs and practices. The guide told us it was only used to listen to the choir and to listen to statements from the prophet. After we'd seen the whole place and realised that most people working from them are volunteers and seen the amazing temple (which we weren't allow in) and the others. I realised the guide didn't mean statements from the prophet, she meant Profit Statements. They are loaded. We ...
... ton, Ford Jamboree in snow we had no problems, it tracked like a pro with no slippage. Great confidence booster for the mountain driving we anticipate in the Grand Tetons, Yellowstone and Colorado.
Descending into Samak, Kamas, and finally, Heber Valley, we left the snow, but not the rain, behind. I decided to drive down Provo Canyon and then drive up the Wasatch Front into Salt Lake Valley rather than drive over ...