Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Sandy
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... soft, light and deep it was on the runs, as well as trying to ski some untracked powder on the edges of the runs a few times. I did however try something new which was night skiing, there was ************e else on the run and no lift queue so I had a lot of fun. The highlight of the skiing was catching the aerial tram to Hidden Peak or going through the tunnel and exploring the other side of the mountain, known as Mineral Basin. Donelle even joined ...
... down, it was going to come together, and I had butterfly closures in our first aid kit. After going through the torture of getting stitches in his chin a few weeks earlier only to have him pull them out the next day, I wasn't enamored of the idea of going through that again if it wasn't absolutely necessary.
After that practically everybody on the train knew who we were and the other passengers kept asking about D for the rest ...
We were awakened at 4am by the anesthesiologist wanting approval for brother, Tom's, surgery, which was imminent. Yesterday, we gave all approvals to the physician, so thought that we were done with that. We waited for hours to hear about the surgery and finally heard from Tom's case worker that all went well. They put a shunt in his brain to drain the spinal fluid. We spoke to him later in the day and he was ...
... Hewes decided upon a more practical token. Using about $400 of his own gold, he had the William T. Garatt Foundry of San Francisco cast a golden spike. The spike was 5 5/8 inches long, weighed 14.03 ounces and was made of 17.6 carat gold. Only about $350 worth of gold, however, was used to make the actual spike. The remainder was left attached to the spike in a large sprue. After casting, the golden spike was engraved on all four sides and the top. Two sides bore the
... still an experience to walk in and visit the church.
We head back to the campground. After washing and vacuuming the truck (you can’t imagine how filthy it was), Troy and the kids went to the pool. I stayed back at the camper to read…can’t put that crazy book down!
The Cooleys returned from their ventures, we had dinner, showers, and bed. Early day tomorrow…we travel to Denver and I get to (briefly) visit with Jenn (and hopefully ...