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 …
... and got my go pro ready for this journey into the unknown. Down I went as fast as the cart would carry me. It was like being on a waterslide, only you are in a cart with wheels. Tons of fun, and a quick way to make my descent off the mountain.
After my thrilling ride I had some lunch in town at the cutest little bookstore/coffee shop called Atticus. It had such a great atmosphere, and the people there were so friendly and nice. I ...
Tuesday - Today we stayed in Park City and went to the Utah Olympic Park, which was the site of many of the events for the 2002 Winter Olympics. While we were there, we had the opportunity to watch the American aerialist team practice for the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia next year. The aerialist event is shown in the video. These athletes are amazing! There's no way any of us wimps watching would be able to do this.
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... Railroad. He was a highly successful railroad builder, and became well-connected to other late 19th century millionaires. He was a partner in the Peruvian Cerro de Pasco mines along with J. P. Morgan, William Randolph Hearst, and Frederick William Vanderbilt. He owned business interests throughout Utah and in parts of Montana, British Columbia, and South America.
McCune was respected by his contemporaries for his integrity, his congenial personality, and ...
... horizon but we drove and drove and drove and drove to finally reach it. The desert is completely flat so you could see things far off in the distance, but it took forever to reach them. We made it to Salt Lake City in time to make dinner and for Morgan and I to get some much needed retail therapy. Yes!
Tommy caught up on emails and work stuff and Clay worked on his school work. Then is was time for a little TV and bed.Tomorrow we get to explore Salt Lake City. ...