Silver Star at Park City
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Lyndsey has managed to get complete her ranger booklet and so we stop at the ranger station to get her sworn in and presented with her badge!
Now we are off to Canyonlands ...
... were both very impressed as was all the other people in there. The whole place was quite amazing. It took 40 years for the temple to be built, from 1853 to 1893. Everything but the temples were accessible to the public. What a shame we wouldn't be able to see the organ recital tomorrow as we will be on our way to see our friends, Jack and Nancy in Wisconsin.
The "squatters pub brewery" was where we stopped for tea. My goodness another early tea. This is quite incredible. We ...
... cut jeans probably not ideal for this activity... ;)
Another reason I loved the Spring Hill Suites we stayed at was because we could get hot cocoa on our return...the day finished up with Tony catching the new James Bond movie, and I took the girls back to Scheels to get some fun photos with all the animals set up for photo shoots around the store, and doing the two-story Ferris wheel (which I totally would have NOT done, if it hadn't been for me needing ...
... headed back to the house. Sullivan convinced uncle Jim to make her a grilled cheese sandwich which turned into 3 sandwiches - one for her, me and Gabe - so good! Then she and Jim went to the store for beer and ice for the party, while we showered and then helped Carol get more food ready and set up tables for the party. When Sully and Jim were back, she and Carol got ready for the party. Ryan arrived from his long bike ride that day, showered, and then made some amazing margaritas - ...
... grounds are well kept and we saw a dozen wedding parties on our loop around the building. The temple itself was closed but we did chat with a couple of nice ladies there to help the tourist around. They told us about the city center mall adjacent to the temple so we took a walk over to see that as well. Tiffanies, Hugo boss and other high end stores littered the mall no gift opportunities here so we said our goodbyes to down town and decided to go see the salt flats. This was a good ...