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... The island was quite barren but had its own lonely beauty. There is a former ranch on the island that is now a museum and we found the history walk very interesting. On the way back, we attempted to do a canyon drive into the local mountains but didn't get too far as the road was not good. An afternoon walk around the town located Washington Square and a dinner of bangers and mash wash enjoyed at O'Malley's ...
... people know how to go from protest to plan. When we can become highly collaborative about what is to come – that's when we would know real power"
Today's schedule really illustrates our jaunt through Sundance – film, panel, film, party, network, party, film, panel, party, network…..and very little food!
Off to (another) 8:30 premier - Mississippi Grind, written ...
... were all surprised by a fabulous performance from John Legend
It just kept getting better – the artist at our table was Eve…, director of Selma and also fun, smart, and witty and our table was probably the liveliest! Here is a photo of my “bunk buddies Susan and Barbara, Eva DuVernay ...
... the “Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo”. This was the first night of a week-long rodeo competition that included many professional rodeo contestants. The events included all of the traditional rodeo events plus the mutton busting event for the 8 and under kids, the wild cow milking contest and a daredevil motorcycle demonstration at the end of the night’s events. It was a great night of good family fun and competition.
... really make for
a pleasurable drive. Just don’t mind the mercury as it climbs
however. We were looking for a pit stop in order to break up our drive
and low and behold there was Lava City, ID. A neat little town filled
with even more ankle bracelet toting citizens – or it seemed anyway. A good experience for the kids...in a way. This little town featured a river that ran ½ mile through the center where