Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - Union Park
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-“you just have to make yourself good at something. Worthy, good. That builds your confidence. You have to make yourself useable. Sometimes you might fall down and your use is debatable amongst the crowds but, you will find a way.”
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I’ve added in only parts of their bios as few of us realized how much each woman has actually accomplished – no slouches here!!!!
Among many other topics they all discussed humor and even shock and how each adds, bends, bonds and shapes us – even change us. They also ...
We leave the Grand Tetons with many found memories and proof of the handiwork of our creator.
As we head south on our 250 miles route to Park City, UT the sun is out in full and no clouds. Off to our right are some hot air balloons in the early morning sky. We pass the Jackson airport as a plane takes off to points unknown. We follow the Snake River for miles and enjoy the canyon walls along the way. It neat to see the low hanging clouds in the valley and over the ...
... I am thinking we have to go over or thru them but as we get closer and I look on the map we are going to go around them to the north. As you travel around the mountains (Greys Peak, Hole in the Mountain Peak and Humboldt Peak) you realize how much snow is still on these mountains that are about 11000 feet high. When we reach the northern end of the mountain range we are at 6200 feet but we aren't thru climbing. Further down the road we hit ...
... While stopped off for morning tea we spotted more squirrels and our first fox! We arrived jn Jackson Hole for lunch. if there is a ritzy place in Wyoming, this is it! real estate is pricey with people like Harrison Ford, Mick Romney and Tiger Woods all stop by here. The most exciting part of this town was finding our first real coffee (non Starbucks or drip coffee) in 6 weeks!!!! With caffeine on board we walked up to the Main Street for the 4th ...