Fox Point at Redstone
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... son comes and stands beside me to watch. They begin to comment that "no way in hell are they trying that". I see Lyndsey approach the jump space and receive instructions from the staff member on how to step off. The family beside me start to make more comments -- " No way is that girl going to do ...
Only one flight to go! Not a bad view for an airport.
While waiting at our gate, Mimi spotted a guy carrying some goodies from Popeyes Chicken - my fav! She alerted me to the fact and off I went on an expedition to track it down! Thirty minutes later I returned victorious with a box of delicious fried chicken, along with some antihistamines and vicks for my disheveled looking travel companion.
On to Chicago...
... had spearheaded this idea to create some sort of runner reminder/support for the runners to wear in our 10k. The idea evolved into a standard memorial ribbon, but we were all scrambling to find enough ribbon, safety pins, and time to create the 3000+ ribbons needed for each of the runners on race day, so on our way into Salt Lake City, Josh found a specialty ribbon shop that stayed open late for us so that we could start working ...
... pepper to taste
Basically, fry the onion, garlic and red pepper, then throw everything else in and boil the soup for about 45 minutes. Presto...great soup.
In the afternoon, we drove into SLC which is only about 25 minutes drive - SLC has to be the city with the closest ski resorts in the world (and I'm talking about a real city, international airport, lots of people etc). Its awesome. In SLC ...
... 1970’s. James founded Minos Burgers in Anaheim, California, where he renamed that Turkish pastrami burger The Zorba! Now, I’ve already told you that Crown Burgers was opened in Salt Lake City in 1978 by Nick and brother-in-law John. But that was not the Crown Burgers you see today. There is something besides the food that makes these restaurants special.
1982. In an effort to really distinguish ...