Goldener Hirsch Inn
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Day 16. This morning I started my push towards making it to Wyoming by the weekend. I had a beautiful 4 ½ hour drive to Park City where I planned to stay for two nights so that I could visit my friends Allie and Weston while I was out there. I rolled into this quaint little town Thursday afternoon and had some time to get acquainted with my surroundings before Allie got out of work. I had some tea and took a walk through the park and stopped to talk to some people. There were a number ...
... many of the jumpers jumping sequentially into the pool.
There is also a picture of me in the Bob Sled, ready to go.
In addition, you might see some mountain views.
We are staying with the Johnson's this week -- they rented a house for the month of July in Park City, UT.
... and an awful smell all around. The place is very fascinating, but much better reading about it on Wiki than standing next to the smelly stuff.
Lisa was about to show me how the salt made a crust over some water when I stepped onto it. Luckily not deep, but what it lacked in depth, it made up for in flies. As soon as that crust broke it was like a horror movie, with flies coming out everywhere. Lisa ...
... when farm equipment, or cars, or campers, or anything else wears out or is no longer useful, people take it to the edge of the yard or the back of the barn and park it. And it just stays there forever. I guess they don’t have a dump to take it to like we do in the city. They are their own repository for junk equipment. Different places—different ways of living—all good. ...
... it took 47 years and seven tries in all, I read. I turn to another statement; “The Legislature shall provide for the establishment and maintenance of a uniform system of public schools, which shall be open to all children of the state and be free from sectarian control. Utah State Constitution 1896, Article X, Section 1.” Further description of the types of schools continues. I’m thinking about those ...