Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - Mid Valley
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... we got to Grand Teton National Park, we secured a spot
in the campground, set up our tent, and went exploring for a bit before dinner.
We decided to drive out to Oxbow Bend, a lookout point where the Snake River
curves that is said to be a great place to see birds and other wildlife. The
fastest way to get there from our campground was to take this narrow dirt road
that cuts across the ...
Park City, the summit city in Utah, hosted major ski and snowboarding events in the 2002 Winter Olympics.
The City also is host to the U.S.' largest independent film festival, Sundance.
We were fortunate to see athletes playing in the "snow" in 95 degree temperatures.
We then looped south through the gorgeous Heber Valley.
What an amazing state...Utah!
Harper was in Ogden with some friends Saturday so we didn't do anything that night. I ended up watching Leap of Faith and painting my nails. Sunday I made some S'mores bars because I knew we'd be going to his parents' house for dinner. We headed out after 2pm to go shooting near the Great Salt Lake. We went a little north and west of the city--I haven't been yet! We passed the Great Saltair which is no longer standing but a new building was erected and is now a ...
... br> We had a cup of coffee and had a chance to talk about Ketchikan and his new place here in Boise. He has a nice small house with a bedroom just for his computer stuff. Pat was one of the more tech savvy guys at work so he has plenty of computer equipment and is a pretty serious gamer. He moved down here and now lives right across from a nice long trail, which he and his son walk pretty regularly. This guy is definitely enjoying his retirement!
... coming in and by 1:30 the entire blue sky had turned to cloudy white. I am so happy I was able to capture the mountain at its peak this morning. The photographer told me blue skies are not as common as one would think. I had assumed everyday would be just like this morning.
I tried to capture skiiers as they swished down the hill swirling powder in their path. There are some amazing skiiers up here. Some of the inclines ...