Park Regency Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... we had been to the ski park last visit.
Lunched at the No Name Saloon, "Last Authentic Miners' Organisation of Debauchery", according to the sign outside. Interesting touristy town with some fabulous photo art galleries of local ...
... and a more green ground cover. The kids claim their tired of red rocks -- "seen one you've seen them all" sort of thing. Abe and I remain in awe of the scale of the land and the idea that it's constantly changing and being altered by erosion, rain and geological movement. These ideas aren't as impressive to the kids, apparently. What can you expect? We stayed at a KOA in SLC and it was fine. Our spot was shaded, which was a nice change from the ...
... They say people get used to it in about 24 to 48 hrs but we keep going up and down so I never seem to get over it.
After a very nice breakfast with a beautiful mountain view, we head back and wake up Lyndsey. Today we have plans to head over to the Olympic Park and do some activities.
... for a short pitstop before dinner. We made hamburgers that were very delicious. After dinner Chris and I walked the babies along the creek. Everything is still and so quiet. It is entirely refreshing to not think about anything but the sound of water, the smell of sweet grass and the solace of the wilderness. Cell phones are so intrusive. Alerts for everything! Constant dings, pings, and rings. It's so nice to just be. It's wonderful! When we got back to the cabin, Chris decided ...
... huh? Burt picked up his college buddy, Bill (great name) at the airport and he and I had a brief opportunity to get re-acquainted prior to them leaving for Dutch John for a weekend of trout fishing. Bill is from upstate Vermont, close to Montpelier where we had just passed through. It's fun to meet people with whom you have common interests, even though you may not see each other again for a ...