Montage Deer Valley
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... 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 ...
... views of the valley area of Park City. Also, it was just fun to be on a trail that I KNOW Debbie and Rich used to run on a regular basis. We never made it out to visit the Levis in Park City, and it was cool to feel like we were sharing their experience there, even if it was a year late. We bowled again that afternoon, picked up dinner for home, and settled in for the evening knowing that we'd be seeing Josh the next afternoon!
... along with many other uses. We got a short tour and wish I had listened better, but I was taking pictures. This hall seats 21,000 folks and is just awesome. Its pipe organ only has 7,500 pipes. Go figure. The lighting for the stage area has 1,600 spotlights. They can broadcast is many languages. The seating are for the choir can all be removed and it becomes a plain old stage for whatever. Just walking around the grounds with its ...
... how it affects Tom since he attends church only on Christmas Eve. Only God knows . . . .
... friend, Rachel, passed away suddenly. We were quite shocked and saddened by the news...she was only 44. Rachel went to I.U. but we didn't meet her until she worked with Sara at her first job out of school in Chicago. The small world story is that Rachel's roommate at I.U. was from Valpo. You just never know...
Pictures to be uploaded tomorrow...time for bed!
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility