Holiday Inn Express Park City
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Day 2 back on the road
I’m pleased to have one astute reader who pointed out today that I had failed to insert the official family reunion photo mentioned in the blog. I knew had forgotten but it was 2 in the morning and I had put away my computer when I realized. I thought it might bug me and keep me awake, but that fear gave way to …
... br> After my stroll, I headed back to Cruzer to give my “house” a thorough cleaning. First, I cleaned out my closet (aka the trunk), then moved on to my bedroom (aka the backseat, which stores my tent, sleeping bag, blanket, pillow, and sleeping pad). Next up was my kitchen pantry and refrigerator (aka the passenger seat that houses my cooler and floor that stores my food). Finally I tidied up the transportation area (aka the driver’s seat and compartments that ...
... him to one drink for the 18 holes so I could wear him down -- ha-ha.
We both hit some good and bad shots and had a great time.
We ate dinner out in Park City at an outdoor café. They had live music and lots of people came with dogs, chairs, etc for the festive affair.
... place to us, but I guess it made sense to the company that put it there. Coal is mined in this region of Utah. Perhaps the plant was close to the source of coal. Greater minds than ours made that decision.
We arrived at the Pony Express RV Park mid-afternoon in North Salt Lake. It’s new with concrete sites, paved roads and new facilities. Between each site is a small (10 feet tall) Bradford pear tree. They are now ...
... of life; Integrity the middle stage; Fortitude the last. Appropriate, I think. As I go back out, I give the Elder Fortitude a loving pat.
The monumental bronze sculpture at the East Entrance of the Utah State Capitol was created by nationally recognized sculptor Cyrus ...