Hotel Park City
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... adorable children’s book for my nephew and enjoyed every bite of my well-earned lunch. I had a walk around town and met up with Weston. We drove to his new house, just outside downtown Park City and passed the coolest dog park I’ve ever come across! It had a pond with a dock to do fly ball, a huge grassy area, and an agility course. It was dog heaven!! Weston and his wife, Shaun, have a beautiful house with a breathtaking view of ...
... to operate as a tourist attraction, visitors can try out different activities, like bobsledding (the sleds are driven by a trained driver), rope courses, an alpine slide (sort of like a slow bobsled), and ziplines. Granny and Cori volunteered to hold loose items and take pictures of the rest of us. Cole went down the alpine slide and rode down a zipline. Dawayne and Joi also did the slide, rode an "extreme" zipline, which was very steep ...
... donations to worthy causes. He was also civic-minded and politically ambitious. In 1899, he ran for the Senate as the Democratic candidate against Republican incumbent Frank J. Cannon and several other candidates. When none was able to get a majority of votes, the election went down in history as the time when Utah was unable to select or send a senator to Washington.
Elizabeth McCune had as many diversified interests as her husband had. She served in ...
On our way to Reno, Nevada and are in some kind of super heavy storm. We are driving on I-80 and thank God it's straight driving. Now Tony asks, "Do you want to drive?" LoL
BTW..he has driven the whole way and still doesn't want to give ...
... bag and a backpack requires precision planning. We are able to enjoy this "excellent adventure" with the support of our husbands and children (even Patty's boss Fred!) and we know how lucky we are. We want to share our fun with you, and we will update our blog as our state of fatigue and limited Internet access allows. We'll be spending 10 days above 11,000 feet trekking through the Andes. We'll fly from here ...