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For our final day in Utah I decided to take the kids to the sight of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Park City, about 20 miles from here. The first thing we saw on arrival was the training pool for aerials. There are 4 ramps, each with a different height, that the skiers go down to practice their tricks. As they enter the water a large surge of bubbles from the bottom of the pool softens the landing and prevents the skier from going deep ...
Thursday July 17, 2014
This morning we headed into Salt Lake City, and the “Temple Square”. This is an area that
encompasses many buildings of the Mormon Faith, both religious and secular. Our first stop was at the “North Visitor’s Center” where we were introduced to the basics of the Mormon faith. The displays in the visitor’s center depicted the life ...
... br> Salt Flats that holds speed testing in August. After that it is flat and white and sometimes blinding.
We unhooked rested then off to find a store. We have a title for a new country song "lost in the RV park and I can't get out" as this park has cul-d-sacs and it took us 3 tries to get the right one out. Since we are sort in a commercial area the phone found a store a couple of miles away. The street names are strange here, they have directions in front ...
... found annoying! He walked back to the house with the rowdy kids in tow while Duke and I continued to meander along the creek. Duke was really enjoying chewing the sweet grass growing alongside the water while I took pictures. After a while, we crossed the dirt road and walked toward the horse corral that Steve's sister, Suzie, built. It looked like it was also constructed from Aspen logs. There was an old claw foot bathtub in one of the corners to be used as a horse trough. ...
... It is filled with hills and hills. There is green everywhere. People's lawns are acres and acres. They must mow full time. Along all the roadways are honeysuckle, luckily in bloom right now. It is beautiful. The winding, narrow and constant up and down hills of Kentucky were challenging. Especially with how loaded our bikes were. Approaching Virginia nagged us with feelings of wanting to get this over, get home, get through. Instead of our usual enthusiasm ...
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