Silver Star at Park City
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... And I fit everything in that cute pink luggage. This year's award for most economical travel goes to... me!
Here is how I did it:
I purchased a travel laundry kit so I can wash and dry clothes in a hotel room. I found a great, packable down coat. I used all my willpower to only bring one pair ...
... 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 ...
... the Bonneville Salt Flats drag strip and boy did I love it Gary wasn't so excited as I was lol I had heard about it since I was a little girl Thanks to Carl and Sis and just to stand where so many records have been broken or Dreams crushed I was so excited I drove out onto it and back in my mind I could here Carl saying "Go straight to a car wash and get that Salt off your car" lol And sure enough when ...
... to share the lowdown on SLC. Clearly just one person's take or opinion but an interesting conversation none the less. We talked about the Mormon religion which is the main faith in Salt Lake City. He (not a Mormon himself) explained that they believe when they die the men become rulers of their own planets, Emma quite fancies ruling her own planet. Oh no, she forgot, its only the men. The women are to marry young, around 19, and have big families, ...
... Luke, Garrison, and I went out to lunch and walked around our neighborhood, which as I said was a VERY cool one.
The next day we went to the iconic Space Needle. At the top of the Needle, we could see all around us. It was very cool. On the elevator ride down, the man operating it was pressing us for questions. One man asked, " What's the strangest question you've ever got? ". Without hesitating a moment, the man replied, " Is that Japan? ". Referring to the land ...