Hotel Park City
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Day 17. This morning I knew I wanted to get out for a hike to immerse myself into the Park City outdoor way of life. I was surrounded by hundreds of miles of trails in all directions and I wanted to dive right in head first for an up close personal view of them. Allie told me about a great couple hour hike on the mid-mountain trail, so off I went in search of some nature therapy. As soon as I started out a sense of calm washed over me. I ...
Early start today, due to nothing but need. A need to stand on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, to experience the sun rise. 6.30am. The sun rises and ignites LA. Pelicans in their hundreds are skimming the ocean, waves are crashing onto the shore line, not a thought for anything but feeling alive and happy. Truly magical experience. Things ...
... in want. Our friends and family sent food, paid for house cleaning, and flew here to take care of Tara after surgeries and procedures. Tara kept her spirits up but continuing our weekend trips. After chemo treatments we would take trips and go hiking. Throughout Tara' s whole treatment she only took 4 sick days. Her doctors told her that most people gain weight because of the large doses of steroids, so Tara worked out and lost 40 pounds (I lost 30). So after chemo, surgeries, ...
... across country that I actually enjoy. This time its 'Blown Away' by Carrie Underwood, a spirited ditty about domestic violence and bad goings on in Oklahoma amidst Tornados and wrecked dreams. just your average Country song then. It cheered me up no end every time it came on and I sang along with gusto. At the Truck Stop you see in the photographs I asked the guy at the counter, "How far to Rock Springs?" The reply: "Forks and spoons in the corner,Sir!" I just love ...
... should all fail and I need to fly out a replacement hub but at this point we will hit the road and trust the repair.
Hello to Steven Wagoner in NY who has made contact and has kindly offered to be a contact point should we require it as we approaach the East.To Stefanie at Tire City - our apologies for mis-spelling her name and to Keith (Some time English resident at Lakenheath) for missing off our list of culprits yesterday.Off to get Roger his daily intake of meat.