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... kinds of mementos, uniforms, and props from those games. Erik even got to hold the torch. Ritchie is seen in her professional skiing debut. The smile is the best. You will see a smaller ski jump which is used to train the young kids, even 4 year old. The snowboard decked out in Stars and Stripes is made by Evolution. At the time Erik worked for Evolution and could very well have made this one. The 2002 Olympic ...
... travel size umbrella 4 sets of coordinating underwear and socks that are lightweight washable by hand 2 pattern jersey stretch dresses. 2 shorts 1 black one cargo beige 1 bathing suit I usually will wear my exercise pants and top on the plane with tennis shoes as these are the heaviest items and I like to exercise as I go. This took me through a month in Europe with layering and such I was prepared for all ...
... the start of the trip.
Tuesday night, Larry and Kathy made their special chili and Karen made bread and a cherry crisp for dessert. While food was prepared we all had rounds of Margaritas.
Larry’s chili was delicious with Karen’s garlic flatbread, and her cherry crisp is out of this world. We laughed and told stories, and even argued a little politics in a jovial sort of way. ...
I loved Salt Lake City. I met some amazing people here.
I walked around for a few with Gracie. Checking out the Temple and whatnot. Had some lunch.
Then I met Reed.
He showed me around the city and gave me SO MUCH information. He has lived there for 80 years, and he was a History teacher for a lot of them and a Principal for even more.
Then I met Ashley and Jeff. We hit it off ...
... of this trip. It was an account of the author's travels in Central Asia a few years ago and it was nice to compare his experiences as a solitary traveller in a strange place with mine.
Some advice for anyone who stays at the KOA in a tent: although I highly recommend the KOA- the staff is friendly and helpful, the location is great, restaurants nearby, etc., if you are sleeping in a sleeping bag, you WILL hear the freight trains at night! Be prepared...