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... Office and report the keys being lost. Now being down in the dumps, the girls walked back to Bea's to get the spare key. I stayed with the car as I could see someone walking the lot watching for a car to blink. Ritchie brings back the spare set and I'm still in the dumper.
As we wait for dinner, my phone rings and the Mall Office has found the keys. Spirits are now sky high. Perfect ending to a great day.
... With two checked bags, Maya's travel carseat, Elyse's carseat and stroller, one carryon bag, two personal items, one diaper bag, and a plastic grocery bag full of food, I loaded up the kids, picked Scott up at his office, and off we (and all our stuff) went to the ...
... Dawayne and had trouble keeping momentum. Since Joi was riding behind Cole, her ride was not as exciting as Dawayne's. Oh, well.
Ziplines for all were fun. Cole actually said his was "lame." This from a boy who smiled pleasantly all the way through Space Mountain!
Our time at the park capped off the first leg of our journey, after which we settled down to get some rest before the drive through Idaho and into Montana.
... formations. I love them! I really forced myself to not take so many pictures of rocks! We passed several small towns while still in Wyoming. They all looked very similar to Laramie and Cheyenne, more Laramie as Cheyenne is a larger area. Salt Lake City is huge! But getting to SLC, the last elevation sign I noticed indicated we were at the 6600 level, this was out by Park City, Ut. Not sure if Salt Lake City is at the same level. However, the Park City area is gorgeous. It ...
... and colourful gardens outside. We had dinner in the beehive house and later we tram hopped to the old station which is now a large shopping mall. Two young students led us around a tour of the garden but had no idea of the plants which we were able to identify for them. They also toured the building with little idea of the purpose of the administrative items they were showing us.
En-route we ...