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Travel Blogs from Park City
... and went home. The kids went for a run together while I made dinner, and then we all cuddled up for a bit of WONDER. Debbie sent us a long list of suggested activities while we were in town, which all proved to be hits. The only bummer was that Debbie, Rich and the girls couldn't show us their town themselves, but we are glad that they are in the Baltimore area to see on a more regular basis. Saturday morning brought snow! The kids had ...
... in Lexie's great house - thank you SOO MUCH, Lexie - and we will be staying for a week while Dad flies to Baltimore and back to go to my great grandmothers memorial service and to go to the Sole of the City 10k. We've forbidden him from entering our house, talking to his friends, or working. We walked out together, we're walking in together. Lastly, God bless everyone involved in the Boston disaster. If anyone reading this was there, I hope you're all right.
... to the Uintah Indian Reservation.
And so I disembarked from the plane and headed out into SLC. My destination for the first night was the KOA (Kampgrounds of America) campground that is actually pretty much smack dead in the middle of Salt Lake City. I asked a worker at the airport if I could walk into the city but he said this is off-limits. OK, so I took the local bus (I think called the 55 or 555, can't remember but it had a stop in the ...
Linda Burton posting from Salt Lake City, Utah – New York has Times Square and Central Park. DC has the Ellipse and Hollywood has, well, Hollywood and Vine. These are the Go to Show places that prove you've "been there"; you’ve set foot on the center of that city’s spirit, its soul, at least your take on it. It’s where you pose for pictures, the background leaving no doubt that you were ...
... how they managed to concoct what they did is beyond me. However, it would have been fruitless and time consuming to return to the counter so we just ate it anyway. It tasted fine but wasn’t what we ordered.
We then continued on Rte 16 over Powder River Pass and then saw some deer on a hillside while heading down the pass so we stopped in a pullout and got out our binoculars to observe. From there we picked up I-90 to Gillette. The whole drive took us about 6 hours and ...
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