Bear Hollow Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that picture. You could even see it in the landscape from one end of Idaho to the other. Boys were tremendous for the ride. Tommy's more than half way through one of his summer readings and annotations. I'm sure that'll be done by the end of the trip. I envy his studiousness. Chris has been plugging away on a book Tommy got in the scavenger hunt. Driving through Salt Lake City was pretty neat. The land was flat with typical tall buildings but all around it was ...
Can't get enough of Utah,yet. I took a small break from the Nat. Park tour and headed to Salt Lake City. On advice from my son, I first visited the Mormon Temple Square. Very glad that I did. The compound (35 acres) is nicely landscaped and contains a number of interesting things. There are guides everywhere, inside and out, who are eager to assist. I had a personal guide on two of my stops. The actual temple is off-limits to visitors and the choir ...
... theory is that it will support the dome in a 7.3 level earthquake. Lilly says she’s going to be in Norway when the big one hits. ☺
Note: The architect that designed and installed the anti-earthquake measures is the uncle of the young man working in the visitor’s center on Saturday where we also meet his parents. Mom is the architect’s sister. It’s a small world.
Sat 23rd Feb
All up early on the slopes.Interesting day as you can see from the photos. Heavy snow but also extremely windy-45mph at bottom. Morning ski was fantastic in the new snow, but after lunch Holly was overcome with altitude sickness about 2.30pm and was completely disoriented, nauseous and unable to stand, let alone ...
... our cook did the biscuits,” I was told. That was the day the “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” TV personality came by to check out Ruth’s diner food. Ruth is a legend; a feisty independent woman who started selling hamburgers downtown in 1930; then, not liking all the city restrictions, set an old trolley car roadside in Emigrant Canyon in 1948, built an apartment alongside, and continued ...