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Travel Blogs from Park City
Our first night in Park City was really special. We were the very lucky recipients of a generous helping of hospitality from the Greenes, and as soon as we set foot in the house, I wasn't sure we were going to get the kids out of there. The Sole of the City 10k was just a few days later, Josh was heading home for his step-grandma's memorial service, and had decided to be at the race due to the events in Boston earlier that week, and ...
... laughs, and good times. We can't wait to get home and have some of that with the rest of you.
The next day we left Seattle and drove to Sun Valley, Idaho, all pumped up for skiing. That bubble was immediately popped by our very friendly waitress, who when asked " What do you know about skiing? ", replied " Not much, but I know the mountain's closed ". Oh, well. You win some battles, you lose others. Moving on.
Anyway, without the mountain we still had ...
... return from the football game, but I can't remember it....I must be getting old.
The next day we settled in at Susie and Burt's to catch up on domestic duties, laundry, organizing, etc. Susie was in the midst of re-landscaping her front yard most of the day, with help from Lane, Austin and her brother Bill. Every now and then I would stand around supervising, but never got my hands ...
... re 0-2 going in. But hey, there’s hope, and faith. Horse-drawn carriages clop around the fringe of the intensity; in every downtown parking lot an orange-vested entrepreneur waves you in; $14 for the Event, fork it over, park close by. They’re lined up to the street at Red Iguana, waiting to get in, waiting for the game to start, waiting for the super moon to rise. Fast forward.
... we were driving in a tunnel part of the time. Luckily, we had our winter clothes on; I think we would have been cold without them. Our first stop was Lewis Falls and then the Continental Divide sign. We then continued on to West Thumb Geyser Basin. The boardwalks at the basin had a thin layer of slushy snow on them so it was a little slippery. The West Thumb Geyser Basin was a good first stop because it seems to have an example of each type of feature found in the park-- mud pot, ...
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking