Newpark Resort & Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and drove half an hour up into the ski fields to Park City, where the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics of 2002 ( I think) were held. Checked into a nice RV park, and we were collected and taken to dinner. Mark Howard (school friend from Bowral High) lives here. We had a great BBQ dinner a few drinks and a great evening before Catherine dropped us rather late back to the RV park. A great night - haven't seen Mark for nearly 30 ...
... Kyle came down to unlock and lead us up to his home, it was a pretty crazy route about 3.5 miles long, but felt longer! It was paved for half and then the second half was just gravel and dust. As we got to the house (which can only be accessed by snowmobile during snow time) we were met by stunning views. It is a wood cabin with huge glass windows the whole height of the house as you first enter the house looking onto a hillside. We sat around and caught up/got to know each ...
... were all baffled by us. The best part of the meal was something called a deep fried biscuit. It was sort of like those fluffy Chinese donuts you can get at Mandarin but not quite. Oh, well next time we will ...
... we saw some deer and their babies. The weather is overcast and warm but not uncomfortable. Then it finally rained after threatening all day. We passed Lake Navajo and saw the lave flows that looks like clumps of dirt in the forest. We Arrived in Cedar City at 5.45 pm and the Best Western had donuts, coffee and juice as a welcome for us. We shared a caramel donut, it was divine!! We put our beers on ice and enjoyed before we went for dinner. Im feeling like I need to be at ...
The next day we spent our time exploring the Uintahs by foot and by Blue. A side trip up to Christmas Meadows gave us an opportunity to do some wildlife viewing, unfortunately no moose or elk decided pranced up to us. We did spot some mule deer just off of the road. The weather was bright and clear once again for our drive over Mirror Lake Road to the Samak and Kamas side of the Uintahs. With the change ...