Travel Blogs from Park City
... out it is a closed base. Only authorized personnel are allowed on the base. The 143rd moved depleted uranium from Tooele to California for disposal some 10 years ago, so I knew the base had a lot of bad stuff to protect, It is a good thing the base has tight security. The drive also crosses the southern end of The Great Salt Lake.
... him to one drink for the 18 holes so I could wear him down -- ha-ha.
We both hit some good and bad shots and had a great time.
We ate dinner out in Park City at an outdoor café. They had live music and lots of people came with dogs, chairs, etc for the festive affair.
... turn up and the store isn't open. I called the shop attendant and they just asked us to come another time...no thanks.
We also bought some protective gear at Sports Authority. Yang got a top with padding on the back and I got wrist guards.
Great night for the Lakers - they didn't play but all the teams ahead of them lost.
This morning we woke up at about 8:15 to get on a bus totaled us to Zion National Park. Once we got there we decided to go on a 2.5 mile hike called Watchmans Trail. The hike wasn't to bad except for a few steep parts. When we got back down to the base we had a quick lunch. After that mom and ...
... anybody else. That's why Mormons are so into genealogy. There's even a special baptismal pool in the main Salt Lake Temple for ancestor-baptizing. The thing rests on 12 bronze-looking oxen, to represent the 12 tribes of Israel (where native Americans are from!).
I should have asked: So do members of the 12 tribes get free heaven passes since they're God's chosen people? Or no, because they're not on ancestry.com?
By the end ouf the ...