The Inn at Snowbird
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... that have been converted into shops and restaurants, and with today’s street fair of merchandise vendors and food vendors there were plenty of people on the street. At the point where we were the farthest from the parking lot it started to rain, a thunder and lightning storm, fortunately it only lasted about 10 minutes. Later on the trip back to the camp ground we ran into another thunderstorm with heavy wind and rain, they needed the rain here. ...
... finished book six but we did not have book seven. Of course we had to stop in a bookstore to pick up book seven. So we searched for a Barnes and noble store went there and picked up her book. Also we picked up tejas's book 5 of Harry potter as well as he was going strong and would be done with book four as well. After getting books and some gifts for manju's and suresh babu's kids we started our drive (almost). ...
... It was a lazy day.
Back at the house, we located the guest book and read the entries. Steve's niece, Ashley, got engaged at the cabin just last weekend! It was a sweet story. Her fiancÚ hung mason jars with tea lights in a big tree and proposed at dusk.
Chris inspected all the movies in the bookcase, and found Smoky and the Bandit. He and Steve started quoting lines from the movie and my mom rolled her eyes. ...
... Hewes decided upon a more practical token. Using about $400 of his own gold, he had the William T. Garatt Foundry of San Francisco cast a golden spike. The spike was 5 5/8 inches long, weighed 14.03 ounces and was made of 17.6 carat gold. Only about $350 worth of gold, however, was used to make the actual spike. The remainder was left attached to the spike in a large sprue. After casting, the golden spike was engraved on all four sides and the top. Two sides bore the
... I know they aren't exhaustive and I know lots of smart people who would disagree with them. But they have served me well. 1. Don't bring anything that you can't replace. You don't want to spend your trip babysitting your possessions. You should never bring anything of sentimental value. I'm breaking this rule this trip. Eden and Sam have love items that we really must take. And we will guard Fuzzy and Little Bear with our lives. 2. Plan on forgetting things. Realizing ...