Holiday Inn Express Park City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
I am just trying out this blog before we go! We are packing and organizing for our big adventure that begins next Wednesday!!! The kids are super excited. Carson is my only hesitant one - he feels like 6 months away from friends sounds like a really long ...
... Park City. How can I describe it. If you can imagine John Wayne, skiing in the 21st century you may get what I am describing. It's ski resort with a cowboy twist and a tiny, very tiny, splash of Disney. It oozes wealth and sophistication. It feels like Christmas here. We love it here, thanks to the owners we are going to stay another ...
... state parks as well. We did not let winter stop us and continued to go hiking even on ice. We eventually saw all of the National Parks in Utah in summer and winter. In November of last year (right before we were coming to Tulsa to visit) our lives were turned upside down by the news that Tara had invasive breast cancer. Even as we were trying to understand what was happening our friends and family were gathering behind us with love and support. Back in Salt Lake City we ...
... At last the Country stations were playing some decent tunes. The musical soundtrack on this journey has been disappointing. The Playlist for all the stations is very limited, and if I hear 'Cowboys and Angels' by a Warbler called Dustin Lynch, one more tIme I am going to start screaming, which of course I can do on a solo Road Trip with no-one to annoy. Perhaps Dustin could live up to his name and put us all out of our miseries? Every trip there is a song which ...