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... afield to find that elusive quiet spot!
The area reminded us a bit of the road we'd come down through Oregon on with steep hills and evergreen trees either side of the valley road
We went up a steep road called Guardsman Road which during Winter and ski season would be used to go to the ski lifts.
The view from where the sealed road lead was beautiful, but it was crowded with cycling enthusiasts ...
Hey guys! I'm writing while listening to music too so will take a lot longer then you think. So, YellowStone National Park, pretty cool, so yesterday we went to see Old Faithful and, surprise, surprise, the worst possible thing happened. It stared to rain, so we kinda just walked around on the boardwalk thing for half an hour seeing springs and smaller geysers. Ben, mostly unimpressed, continued to complain how cold and dangerous it was to be outside while it ...
... 232;s ski drinks - very shushy. I actually think skiing at Park City is more our style - wider runs, better snow, ski hosts everywhere to give advice or guidance about runs. Plus there is nothing at Deer Valley - no restaurants or bars - unless they're in the lodges. Dinner last night at Flannagans Irish pub in Main Street which was fun - very un-pub like with booths and a great atmosphere. On the way home, it started to dump ...
... On a couple occasions as we were driving and Suzanne was reading the book we passed road signs indicating we were ON the Lewis and Clark trail. What a fantastic way to experience this history.
As we approached Salt Lake City the traffic started to increase and then got really heavy. The thing that really struck us as we entered the city area were the massive mountains on the Eastern side (Wasatch range perhaps?). It ...
... and spectacular, it is beyond words were coming into view. We continued hiking until the sky beside us - keep in mind, the peak is called clouds rest, almost at 10,000ft, we are IN the sky - started turning dark grey, edging closer, filled with thunder and lightening. The shorts and t-shirts were quickly covered with warm layers and wet weather gear as we bunkered down under the useless shelter of thin pine trees. We hoped to wait out the storm and make it up to the peak as ...