Bristlecone at Deer Valley Resort
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... calm and relaxing. We took the chair lift to the top of the mountain some 8,000 feet above the valley floor. It was slow and serene and the views were magnificent. As you ascend you can see other punters riding down on toboggans or speeding around the corners on little cars that are on tracks like a roller coaster. There are also mountain bikers plying their skill and walkers taking a leisurely stroll through ...
The reviews and blogs gave me excursion ideas and got me even more excited for our trip. All the wonderful pictures inspired me to get a new camera; a simple point and shoot, but I read the manual and learned to use it so I could take the best pictures possible. I am no photographer (if you ask me to take your picture, you will probably end up with a tree branch coming out of your head), but I like to take pictures ...
... of the day by completing another book!!
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... us both splitting headaches, so after 70 miles, we stopped into a car park, and we were so tired that we ignored the 'no overnight parking' sign and crashed. Bad karma to disobey the sign, we were awoken at 6am by a loud machine which was repainting the car park lines. Time to head off - our ambition was to cross Nevada in a day. We are on track to do just that - about to hit the Utah border after about 550 miles and too many hours of driving. Along deserted roads, straight ...
... City and got out to look at the lake of salt. It really looked like water because it was as far as you could see. We drove a little more to a shopping center and Mom and I shopped, finally! After that, we drove to a nearby Wal-Mart for the night. Today was a lottt of ...