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and here is one with Asanti (INCREDIBLE gentleman whose work is highlighted in the film) AND
and on the left is the AMAZING Geralyn Dreyfous who is the first producer to have TEN FILMS at Sundance in one year!!!!!
- In the US, a woman has a greater chance ...
... Zephyr and settled into our tiny little roomette. Going all the way from Chicago to San Francisco it is Amtrak's longest route and one of the most spectacular because it crosses the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada. That afternoon heading out of Illinois was similar to some of our drives in the US as it went through mile upon mile of corn fields. Meals were provided in the dining car and when travelling as a couple we found we would get seated with other people. After dining with ...
... My favourite part of the Rodeo was the women's barrel racing it was awesome. It was so beautiful in Cody with all the mountains surrounding the small town and all the stars in the sky we haven't seen to many stars in America as the big cities put off to much light with all their skyscrapers that it blocks out the stars. We had, had an amazing time in Cody it was such a shame we were leaving tomorrow but we were excited we were going to Yellowstone National ...
... Dinner at Red Rock Brewery. Tuesday am breakfast at Eva's Boulangerie then city walk and hike up the City Creek Canyon followed by another swim. Then picked up Jake for outing to Park City then quick tour of Salt Lake City. Nice outdoor lunch in Park City then stop for waffles in the late afternoon. Wonderful massage at Massage Envy in evening with dinner of a pera pizza (light 5 cheese spread with pears, pistachios, onions, basil) - delicious. Home ...
It was so much cooler today and we were off on the road again at 7.30am. One of the guests at the hotel and the cabbie from last night had mentioned what the fantastic views etc at Cedar Break and Brian Head, situated about half an hour out of town. So off we went.
We climbed 10,450 feet, having to stop off on the way to put on more gear as it got colder.
The landscape kept changing from the barren desolation as we rounded these ...