Three Kings Resort
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... are half way down and then they move too fast to focus on. They both enjoy the zip line and I am a little surprised that Patrick does since he is not very fond of heights. Apparently you are buckled in behind a gate and so you don't see where you are going till it is too late to back out!
... this trip was like nothing I ever experienced before. Mostly this was due to the diverse landscapes as I've mentioned before. But also being in an American state whose history and culture is tied so closely to a religion. You go to the State Capitol building and there's a statue of Brigham Young and then there he is by the Mormon temple. Texas had its own history and sense of self, but vastly different from Utah. There's a sense of space and distance I had ...
... held it as I walked inside. And when I came out, 2 men did the same, once again. Now, coming from Kissimmee, FL I am not used to this. Men, especially young ones, usually race you to the door, walk inside, and let the door slam in your face. No exaggeration…even a lame old bird like me gets treated in this manner. Except for Steve, who always holds the door for me, I thought chivalry was dead, until this afternoon. And I mused…we must be close to Salt Lake City. ...
... natch). LOVE, LOVE, LOVED.
Next, U.S. Documentary Competition, "Queen of Versailles", one of the Sundance darlings this year. It follows the rags-to-riches billionaires David and Jackie Siegel and their quest to build their dream home, a 90,000 square foot (that is not a typo) mansion in Orlando, FL. During construction of the mansion and the business David runs, ...
... it up tomorrow. Pressing thumbs and crossing fingers - we are trying not to get too excited, but this might actually work!
Syl, my co-pilot and master of maps, was to guide us home, but somewhere downtown her natural instincts took over and we ended in the parking of an amazing shopping area. I take everything back I said yesterday about boring Salt Lake City: This is just fabulous: Shops on two stories on ...