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... I have never seen so many eating places on one street. I see the "Family Tree Center" and think of Earl Ross who enjoys the genealogy stuff. I also spy a "A" hat in the front window of a car and know Jerry would approve. There is a store of photos by a local photographer and have included a few for your viewing.
After a long day we went back to Bea's and enjoyed a great meal and conversation. . .
... of Wyoming and Utah on our route. Our lunch stop is the side of the road. You can see through the window at our view of the foothills. This is much different than what we have seen for awhile and looks more like Colorado. We begin to see snow fences as we approach Park City. As we reach I-80 we head West and arrive at Park City RV Resort. This was a great find as Ritchie's Aunt Bea is right across the freeway from us. We are right next to the Chevy dealer and our site is a ...
... 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.
... tourists coffee? Hurry, before they capture us!
Another stop at Wallmart, more fruit and drinks.
Last time I was in the US I went to a gun range in Las Vegas and shot a couple weapons. They had one of those "tourist packs" that would get you ammo for a couple different weapons for the low price of $99. I shot a shotgun, a machine gun and something else I don't remember. They even gave me an extra couple of bullets because of my name. I always regretted ...
... in Salt Lake City around 3pm and Jim and Andrew gave us a brief city tour on the coach with a 20 min stop at The Capital for photos - it's huge ... I have no idea why Utah needs such a big building but there you go.
Then they drove us around the Olympic site and up and down a few streets past a few buildings then we stopped at Temple Square ... well those of us who wanted to have a look around but several stayed on the bus and went to the ...