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Getting out in the slopes is not for the faint of heart. We had to secure lift tickets and that meant trucking down to the ticket sales office at the base of the mountain. No one told us we could take a free lift from our condo and ski there without a ticket. Live and learn and takes notes for next time. The lines were really moving slow... Nothing to do but tough it out and ...
So a fair bit has happened since i last got a chance to get on here and write some. After our visit at Mount Rushmore and The Crazy Horse Museum, we headed up through the Bighorn Mountains to a place called Buffalo Bills in Cody. The drive was a long one, but this was the first time that we had been in the mountain ranges. It was beautiful. We stopped at Shelly Falls, and were able to get some amazing photos. We then kept going to our over ...
... There were beautiful views of the lake from the Visitors Center.
We drove on, stopping for lunch in Logan, UT. We all had bagel sandwiches at Einstein Bagel Shop, went to Fresh Market for donuts for tomorrow's breakfast, then back on the bus, continuing to head for SLC.
Arriving in SLC, we made a quick stop at the State Capital Building. Then, we were dropped off at the Mormon Temple Square to walk around ...
Adventure is a funny thing. I have had one ski lesson and I'm ready for my next fix.
I had a great time on the slopes for the first time and can't wait for my next day off to go skiing again.
Our Salt Lake City Adventure began with a standard American breakfast at McDonald's which was cheap as chips. We continued to explore the city and decided to visit the Di Vinci exhibit ...
... crossed the border of Nevada yesterday, so we spent hours driving across the state today. Driving, driving, driving. (By the way, Troy is much better today. It’s amazing what a good night’s sleep and change of scenery can do!) Rest areas are few and far between. Everyone was getting hungry. We finally find a rest area, and it’s closed! The next one isn’t for at least an hour and a half. We decide to picnic at ...