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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on. These are obviously Olympic class skiers as are some of the ones we see practicing their jumps into a swimming pool. This is fun to watch. The skiers can ski down ramps of various heights and angles and then soar into the air where they do multiple flips and then land in a swimming pool. Very cool ...
... that night in his car, parks it in a tent space next to mine. I go to brush my teeth and he's leaning against his car, watching me. I wash up and come back and there he is again. Asks me if I have a car. I say no and then he makes his offer. I decline of course. He tells me he goes around the country repairing water towers and SLC was one stop. Good for him. He offers again. I decline. Back to my tent.
So another journey came to an end. Aside from ...
... on the ground and the roadway. Soon the clouds were all the way down to the ground. Visibility was very limited. And we drove along this way for 4 hours. It really slowed down our progress and delayed our arrival in Utah.
We crossed the state line at 12:15, where the last of 3 casinos was so close to the state line, that the parking lot and hotel were actually in Utah. And suddenly, the topography changed from desert and scrub brush to green trees and beautiful ...
... custody situation with his ex-wife, for his daughter Ellen, whom he hasn't seen since she was a baby. Subtle, long takes, loved the journey that he went through. Audience was heavily divided on this one...either loved or hated. LOVED.
Then, the beloved, World Documentary category, "Searching for Sugar Man". The first film to get picked up at the festival, by Sony Pictures. So, ...
Around noon we left to find a British Airways office at the airport (thank you Mami for the hint). We drove around town, found the right freeway took a wrong exit, passed the little private jets, the airforce base, some restricted areas and were sent back to the right road, by a stammering young man, who doesn't know how to read a map, and spends his day sitting in one of the many little security huts.