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After another round of fruit toast and a cup of tea (apparently doing laundy and showering was just so exciting I got super hungry again), Anthea dropped Jess and I up at Olympic Park; the home of the 2002 Winter Olympics. It would be so nice to see Salt Lake City during snow season, even if it would be insanely cold. Unfortunately the activities that you can do in the park were either closed or booked, so after a quick ...
... a year. Erik notices a biker on our bumper and tells us he is riding our wind down the hill. He is really moving folks.
While we have been catching the sights, Bea has been working as a liquor control specialist at Park Silly Sunday Market. This is a farmer market and street fair in down town Park City. Just packed with people. What a beautiful day as well.
Bea is taking us for Lunch to a ...
... so an address could be 555 W 600 N.
Visited with one of our neighbors from Texas who is active in the Discovery club (our brand of MOTORHOME).
WEDNESDAY 6/25-We stayed on this side of town so I could go back to Temple Square to visit the Tabernacle. This is such a beautiful area and the grounds are meticulous. There is an organ recital at noon so we wandered thru some of the buildings until it was time. We found one ...
Tuesday - Today we stayed in Park City and went to the Utah Olympic Park, which was the site of many of the events for the 2002 Winter Olympics. While we were there, we had the opportunity to watch the American aerialist team practice for the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia next year. The aerialist event is shown in the video. These athletes are amazing! There's no way any of us wimps watching would be able to do this.
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... formations. I love them! I really forced myself to not take so many pictures of rocks! We passed several small towns while still in Wyoming. They all looked very similar to Laramie and Cheyenne, more Laramie as Cheyenne is a larger area. Salt Lake City is huge! But getting to SLC, the last elevation sign I noticed indicated we were at the 6600 level, this was out by Park City, Ut. Not sure if Salt Lake City is at the same level. However, the Park City area is gorgeous. It ...