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... you many years ago. You can never replace that, and as we age it's refreshing to be around the people who knew you when you were young. We had a great time sharing stories and Weston gave me an in-depth tour of High West. Then we walked around town before heading home to crash. I got a great feel for what Park City is all about the past two days of being here. I am in love with their cozy mountainside ski town, and will definitely come back to ...
... large and beautiful they were. Maybe we will find a place to go horseback riding out here in Utah?
We all are enjoying Suzanne reading aloud the historical fiction book about the Lewis and Clark expedition entitled The Captain's Dog and are almost finished with it. It recounts the journey from the viewpoint of Seaman, Captain Lewis's dog from events recorded in Lewis's journal entries. Travel days give us lots of time for ...
... Dinosaur National Monument and gave us pointers on what to see Wednesday when we visit. It’s always good to have recent first-hand accounts. Another guest Linda, who lives in South Carolina, arrived to visit and we had a grand time swapping histories and stories on the deck.
Karen and Kent put together a delicious dinner for us all and we continued the grand time around the ...
... Ralph Lauren and JC Crew and picked up some tops and shorts for summer at about 60% off the regular store price...not a bad deal. We will go back later in the week as they also have an A&F outlet.
In the evening, I had signed up for a timeshare presentation to earn 2 free tickets to the mountain worth about $210. Well I definitely earned it because it was only meant to be 1 hour but it took 2 hrs and 15 ...
... Athenian, a supper club where Liberace was a regular. They had bouzouki music and belly dancing with steak and lobster. It was an era when Zorba the Greek was a popular movie, so the appeal was high. But what about that pastrami burger? I’m coming to that. During this time Michael’s son James learned to build pastrami burgers from a Los Angeles man of Turkish descent. At least, that’s the way the story goes. ...