Hampton Inn and Suites Park City
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... views of Deer Valley. The color is still changing as we sit there. Then we head up to Guardsman's Pass at 9,609 feet. What a view and what a narrow road. You can see two cars that must have come a little to close as they are at the bottom of the gorge. Notice the US Ski Team are using Audi's for their transportation. The ride passes houses that defy comprehension. Double digit millions, and some are only used for a ...
Ok, we were a little lazy today. Watched the British Open this morning.
We did a little tour of the New uptown of Park City.
I shot a few pictures of Tiger Lilies in the downtown area.
Going to a moving this afternoon -- RED.
Lake Tahoe to Salt Lake City - Distance Travelled: 565 miles
Our spirits felt a little saddened as we set off from Lake Tahoe this morning. Whilst we still have a considerable amount of adventuring on the road, we are undoubtedly now heading East and somewhere ahead of us is destination home and with it all the trappings that work brings once more. The last few weeks of free living have definitely been ones of reflection, ...
... buy a girl's bonnet to use in my classroom. For the center to be located in the middle of nowhere, it was a super nice building and a great representation of our country's past. The building is located along the actual California Trail and the railroad located in front is along the same track as the Transcontinental Railroad.
We ate lunch at the center and then continued on our way to Salt Lake City. Shortly after we passed over into Utah, we came to a ...
... bag and a backpack requires precision planning. We are able to enjoy this "excellent adventure" with the support of our husbands and children (even Patty's boss Fred!) and we know how lucky we are. We want to share our fun with you, and we will update our blog as our state of fatigue and limited Internet access allows. We'll be spending 10 days above 11,000 feet trekking through the Andes. We'll fly from here ...