Lodges at Deer Valley
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... the mountainside. Finally in the distance I saw people dragging these yellow carts behind them. I made my way over to where they were and asked what these strange looking things were all about. They said it was an alpine slide down the mountain. I was like please sign me up!! I didn’t have a pass, but luckily a nice guy gave me one for free and handed me a cart telling me to go have fun. I dragged the cart behind me down the path to ...
... disembark when we arrived in Salt Lake City around 12:30am, then laid down on the big berth and waited for C to settle. It took her a really long time, but she got there eventually. Both kids slept through to the SLC Central Station, but had gotten enough sleep to not be cranky as we transitioned over to the hotel via taxi.
When we got into our room, D was only to happy to help arrange the beds so that everyone could get back to sleep.
We're in Moab, Utah and spent the day in a Jeep doing 4WD tracks through the National Parks. Lots of dust and bumps! I've attached a picture of the famous Shafer Trail that goes from the top of the canyon, down to the Colorado River. Now, in the state of the Mormons, with its laws on polygamy, I've been amazed by the drinking laws. ...
... we went to Park City. First stop was the Olympic center where we saw people practicing freestyle jumping into a pool. And guess what? They have a summer camp, I'm thinking Alston would LOVE that. Dinner was at a nice restaurant called the Blind Dog. Yummy, and gluten free food. Last event of the evening, we're picking up the Johnson kids for an overnight with us at the hotel. Should be ...
... to the Uintah Indian Reservation.
And so I disembarked from the plane and headed out into SLC. My destination for the first night was the KOA (Kampgrounds of America) campground that is actually pretty much smack dead in the middle of Salt Lake City. I asked a worker at the airport if I could walk into the city but he said this is off-limits. OK, so I took the local bus (I think called the 55 or 555, can't remember but it had a stop in the ...