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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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... brushed your teeth, if you've had breakfast, if you picked up your jammies -- everything. It's a lot of exposure. Makes me thoughtful about all the space we have at our house and how many people all over the world live in crowded conditions that must wreak havoc on their ability to concentrate or have a private moment. Our drive to the Badlands was good. The land there is something unlike any we've seen yet. Ruby is going to write about the Badlands but we will have more to say here, ...
... was a big metal festival, with 10-11 bands all of which I really like! Got excited like a little kid, as had my eye on that tour before I went out, but meet expected any of the dates to line up :) Cancelled some of the arranged lifts south I'd just managed to sort out (probably cost me an extra $50 but meh) and decided to stay a couple of days more in Salt Lake just for that. Then managed to find another couchsurfing host for the following day so could escape from ...
... from Indians to WW2, to movies and salmon canning. Very interesting, and nice and small, so it was manageable.
That night we went to dinner at the Brooks Head of Sales house, Rick Wilhelm and his family. Plus a friend of their sons, who was basically family. We had a great time.
Our last day in Seattle we spent at the Mariners game. Fun times. Ball games are so much fun, especially with friends. Our time with the Morrills was awesome. Some Music Man, ...
... our team. (This was probably the same person who placed our "B" team in the "D" league the previous year. But one cannot say for sure.)
Of course Greg was our goalie. We tried calling our rink back in Steamboat to see if they could fax us a copy of his USA Hockey registration, but being that it was already 10 PM, nobody answered. Team members trickling in got word of what was happening. After much arguing by many ...
... of Salt Lake City (the only way, unless I wanted to go the same way I got there) with no plan in mind. It was great. The whole ride through Big Cottonwood Canyon was 100% downhill. Just coasting for miles down steep roads, occasionally having to slow down on dangerous curves. Around me was some of the most beautiful mountain scenery I've ever seen. More and more coniferous forest and peaks. The air was chilly, but again I was wearing all my clothes! The roads were ...