Lodges at Deer Valley
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Erik, Gretta and Jillian picked us up at about 10:00 am and we headed over to the Olympic Park, site of the 2002 Winter Games. This venue is right behind Bea's apartment. Having watched on TV is just not the same. The height of the ski jumps, etc. are awesome.
The first thing we see is the bobsled track where the racers reach speeds of 90 mph. Hard to believe. Scary really. Next we tour the Olympic museum and ...
... then he was ready!
The drop was no quieter for Joi, but Dawayne was disappointed in the fact that he didn't look cool as he fell. Surely you can see the smirk on his face as he picked himself up from the landing, being helped up by a Tarheel nonetheless!!
The alpine slide experiences differed only by the fact that Dawayne was the one hollering as he flew down the chute going probably 45 miles an hour. Cole was in his own ...
... before we left off, he gave me his information and told me to contact him if I changed my mind. He also happened to have an extra ticket waiting just for me. Seeming too kind to come from a stranger to pay for me to watch a concert, I definitely had my mind made up on not going to the concert. Atleast that's what I thought. Besides, I couldn't simply abuse his niceness.Waking up three hours later in the city, I walked out of my hotel to see a group of ...
... house had been used as a residence and offices for LDS Church leaders. Relieved to find a suitable new tenant, the Church accepted his offer and set the rent at $150 per month.
The McCune home site was chosen to rise up impressively over the nearby streets, and little expense was spared on decoration. McCune had mahogany shipped from San Domingo, oak from England, and a rare white-grained mahogany from South Africa. The red roof tiles came from Holland, and ...
... br> The beach had a hard shell as you got closer to the lake...then it got mushy, like clay. We had to walk into ankle deep water to get to a little jetty. Once at the jetty, we were at the lake. The water was cool and had millions of sea monkeys (krill) in it. Thank God my kids don't get skeeved out. They had a great time floating around in the water. The ...