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... a year. Erik notices a biker on our bumper and tells us he is riding our wind down the hill. He is really moving folks.
While we have been catching the sights, Bea has been working as a liquor control specialist at Park Silly Sunday Market. This is a farmer market and street fair in down town Park City. Just packed with people. What a beautiful day as well.
Bea is taking us for Lunch to a ...
... to run coverage on Joe (the lead singer) as my primary focus, and should remain there during the remainder of the tour. With any luck, I will have established myself as part of this family of crew members that I can continue long after this initial tour is over. I can see this as being a great opportunity to develop a career.
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Tuesday - Today we stayed in Park City and went to the Utah Olympic Park, which was the site of many of the events for the 2002 Winter Olympics. While we were there, we had the opportunity to watch the American aerialist team practice for the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia next year. The aerialist event is shown in the video. These athletes are amazing! There's no way any of us wimps watching would be able to do this.
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... square, where the great Mormon Temple stands. We had a look in their visitor centre, which was interesting before trying to go to the lake. I say trying to, because we got lost, and it was getting dark.
I had by now done my usual of not feeding Lisa in time, and that always leads to unhappiness, but being a Sunday and quite late, most places were shut, so we had to settle for Burger king. Boo! Fed, ...
... need it too. It is plesant to find gloves in Peru, razors in Nepal and a toothbrush in the middle of Tanzania. People live in the places you are going. Never forget that.
3. Pack for the kind of trip you want to have. And, if I can get this metaphysical, for the kind of person you want to be. Some things matter. Bring them. Some things don't. Leave them. Do so mindfully. This trip is less adventure and a ...