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... didn't feel to well so rather than try skiing for the first time, she took it easy and used the spa facilities for the next few days while I went out skiing. Given the elevation and my lack of recent practice, I took it fairly easy, slowly exploring the trails a few hours at a time, with a few trips to the spa in between. I didn't really make the most of the legendary Utah powder snow by getting up early and seeking out untracked snow, but I did ...
... am separate from my kids. I will be bound to them by a million reasons and with aching powerful love. But the separation is undeniable and desirable.
This trip is a hybrid. I will have one wonderful week alone in Morocco and then one wonderful week with my kids in London. I'm excited for both. I know it is a luxury that most single moms don't have. I have beyond amazing parents and in-laws who watch my kids and somehow convince me that I'm doing them a favor.
Back in Utah (weiter unten auf Deutsch)
Utah kept beckoning us as we drove south on Hyw 93, there is something about the canyons, wide expanses and snowcapped mountains that drew us back. The Great Salt Lake is a remnant of a much larger lake during the ice age. It is 75 miles long and 28 miles wide, not very deep though and we didn't see much boat traffic, who wants to run up on a salt bar anyway. Very salty, that lake, the reason is the fact ...
... Now we see what that means. There are high mountains on both sides of the valley that rise sharply from the flat valley floor. The area is flat, and then there are mountains with no hills. We can see across the valley and some of the resorts that have developed on the sides of the mountains. It’s so flat that we can see the skyline of the city in the distance 10+ miles away. It will be an interesting place to explore and learn. ...
Okay, I think one more before calling it a night.
Well, I just couldn't resist. Of course we will be seeing other things along the way.