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... We had a tasty Wasatch Apricot Hefeweizen, which I have fallen in love with out here. They also were so generous and let me shower and spend the night. We all headed to High West, a whiskey distillery, for dinner and had the most amazing meal and drinks. Wow! Out-of-this world. I loved catching up with my childhood friend, as it's been far too long since I've seen him! There's just something about getting together with the people ...
... a base color for coordinates. Either black brown or tan. I choose black so I pack the following; 1 pair of comfortable black flats 1 pair basic of black pump or sling dress shoe heels 1 pair of flat black sandals for swim wear 2) Pack sample size toiletries only that fit in a large freezer zip bag. This will get you there and settle in for a few days. I try sample products along the way where I'm traveling. ...
In Park City
At 4:00 PM Monday, 9/9 we arrived at the Howard's house in Park City. About a half hour later Larry and Kathy rolled in. Larry must have used the high speed limit too! Introductions were made and we visited on the deck until John, Karen’s cousin, arrived to enliven the party. John has been traveling in this corner of the country by car for a couple weeks. Fortunately he had ...
... burnt down, it was reconstructed. In the gift shop they have a replica of what the Pavillion buildings used to look like. Hundreds of people would come out to swim, boat and whatever else was available for them at that time. The building then burnt down again in the 1970's due to arson. The Pavilion was again rebuilt and is now used for concerts and they have the Gift Shop. It ...
... br> Now I rode my bike through downtown and to the KOA campground. Salt Lake City on this Saturday night seemed very quiet and there were few people walking around or driving, at least according to New York City standards. The campground shares its block with a trailer park, and the accompanying area has many restaurants and shops. I checked in and had my first experience putting up a tent. I had bought a single-person, small tent a few weeks ago but ...