- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Was up in time to get some fabulous photos of the sunrise against the Sawtooth Mountains. There was frost on the picnic table, a mist on the water and a full moon still in the sky. Gorgeous! Then I braced myself for Galena Pass at 8701'. Approach seemed very casual but ...
... wine, cigars, notes, coins, bottle tops. He would be very happy with the state of his final resting place.
Perhaps I was a little harsh with my "blowing his brains out" comment yesterday as at the grave site we met a local whose father was one of the two people to discover Hemingway's dead body. Apparently he was in bad shape in his last few years with paranoid thoughts that he was being followed, phone calls bugged etc. by the FBI....these fears were ...
... and after several very strong local beers, I got the bright idea to take Colby tent camping in the real wilderness on this beautiful evening. We quickly packed our tent, sleeping bags, some water and granola and headed for the hills leaving the modern conveniences of the RV behind. We hiked a couple of miles into the thick forest and began the process of setting up camp. Colby gathered wood and we made a makeshift fire ring out of rocks. I ...
We woke up in a most welcoming place after a good night's sleep. Bennett and Sophie made us coffee in Carol's espresso machine, starting the day off right. Even better, Carol and Sophie made a carrot ginger juice for Amy who was craving good vegetables. The four of us headed into the town of Ketchum, and David and the kids bought a day pass to the Y and played at the pool that had a 130' water slide, a vortex pool, and ...
We woke up in Salt Lake City and found an amazing and overwhelming breakfast at The Pig and the Jelly Jar. Waffles for the kids, pork belly and kale creole benedict for Amy, and chicken and waffles for David. Then there was some hotel swimming, laundry, and much-needed showers. We explored Temple Square a little bit, but didn't need to stay long. Our best find in SLC was RubySnap, a cookie shop with about 15 different kinds of cookies to swoon ...