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Travel Blogs from Park City
Woke to 26 degrees (minus 3 Centigrade) and snowing again.
John and I borrowed Andrew's camper and drove down the canyon and then up another to Park City. Ski resort of the rich and famous. Park City was the site of the 2002 ...
... all went to a Brazilian place for dinner. It was awesome! You had a little stop light on your table. You would put it on green to allow waiters to come over deliver your food. Yellow to have a break and red means we are finished. Waiters just keep coming and bringing skewers of different meats. And there is a huge awesome salad bar. The food was amazing! Someone on our table had a birthday a few weeks ago and so the staff all came over and ...
... the street in an uphill way. Everything here is hilly. Not a surprise since we are in a sky town but at an altitude of about 7000ft walking anywhere seems more difficult.. Patrick and I have found ourselves easily short of breath at these altitudes and I seem to feel headachey and tired whenever we go ...
... theory is that it will support the dome in a 7.3 level earthquake. Lilly says she’s going to be in Norway when the big one hits. ☺
Note: The architect that designed and installed the anti-earthquake measures is the uncle of the young man working in the visitor’s center on Saturday where we also meet his parents. Mom is the architect’s sister. It’s a small world.
... after the brilliant sun outside. A school tour is happening, children’s voices echo just a bit; greeters to my right ask if they can answer any questions or help with anything. I sign the Guest Book, pick up a colorful brochure; diagrams and paragraphs explain the opportunities; I plan out what I want to see. The door to the Capitol Visitor Center is beside me; I step in and see a boldly-lettered statement on a post.