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Travel Blogs from Park City
... snow and was still snowing this morning. Visibility was non existent so no way we were skiing. We had a big sleep-in (much needed) and then went up to Main Street for brekky then did a tour on the Main Street trolley. Walked the entire street looking at all the shops & trying not to freeze our butts off. Dinner at 501 Main where I had the best steak ever. Looking forward to tomorrow. Big ski on our last day before we head off to ...
... be part of that, as we were unable to keep the events from them - we thought it was great that they could be part of a project highlighting the positives of us as human beings, as opposed to the ugliness that events like the Boston bombings so obviously show.
The kids and I drove Josh to the airport in the morning for his flight to Baltimore, and immediately felt the effects of not having our fifth member with us. We set ...
... hot and unforgiving. I had just enough water before starting to get very dehydrated. To be out there in the elements was kind of scary but such a fresh and new experience that I did enjoy it. To see Heber in the distance as I did that afternoon with all its modern conveniences made me appreciate all those conveniences in a way I hadn't in awhile- the easy availability of snacks and water, the ability to ask people for directions, knowing what the topography is like - that ...
... crossed the border of Nevada yesterday, so we spent hours driving across the state today. Driving, driving, driving. (By the way, Troy is much better today. It’s amazing what a good night’s sleep and change of scenery can do!) Rest areas are few and far between. Everyone was getting hungry. We finally find a rest area, and it’s closed! The next one isn’t for at least an hour and a half. We decide to picnic at ...
A fews months ago I interviewed for a position working in a US Embassy abroad. I did a one day stop over in DC for my interview, which was 4 hours long and super intimidating. But at the end of it I was given a conditional offer of employment! Meaning as long as I passed all three of my background checks we were moving to DC and from there anywhere in the world! We were really excited, but doubts started to creep ...
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