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... not dogs. They live under the ground and make hundreds of tunnels between all the little mounds. The Prairie dogs when they see danger stand on the top of their burrow and make a barking noise to let the rest of their family know danger is approaching. That's where they got their name from. But they are definitely not dogs. Our last stop for the day before heading to the hotel was Mt Rushmore. It was out of this world to see in person. We travelled up ...
... probably guess, so did the rest of the train. You could not get moved. It was comical. Needless to say, I re-boarded the train empty handed. Once you have showered and eaten breakfast, there is not a lot to do on here aside from watch the stunning scenery go by, snap some pictures, read a book, sleep some more, and generally just relax. By the time we were under noise curfew at 10pm, we had been on the train for over 33 ...
... all finish up.
We get to watch the Olympic athletes practise luge!!
We return to the hotel and are tired from the day and so we decide to order in. The hotel informs us that park City has a delivery service that will bring food from over a dozen local restaurants. ...
... Factory. Next up was Jupiter Bowl, which is a really cool bowling alley. We bowled 2 games and got to watch the O's on tv. Ben, Lucy and I thought Sam was going to throw herself down the lane with the ball. She was determined to bowl the 'right way' and the lightest ball was like 1/6 of her body weight. I was pretty sure she was going to be super sore in the morning, but then again, she isn't 41 and recovered just fine. We picked ...
... Nice, nice people who will help at every opportunity. Traffic and noise that make NYC seem calm and quiet. Electrical wires stacked on top of each other and going every which way. Houses that still have no electricity. Ethnic minorities who still dress in their traditional clothes. Hard, hard, workers -- mostly the women. An observation: While the women are raising the children, working in the ...