Trail's End Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the ranger on an hour long walk around the north and south windows. She talk about the common vegetation of the area such as juniper, prickly pear and yucca. Then as we hike further behind the rocks she ...
... green, pine trees, beautiful homes and recreational areas. It must be beautiful in the winter! When leaving the Park City area, we were hit by a tremendous rain storm! Lightening, thunder, you could barely see the road, we had to drive at about 25 mph, scary! But the temperature was probably in the eighties. Hmm, I wonder if it was a monsoon, since Arizona we have heard a lot about monsoons but have yet to experience one. Anyway, it lasted about 15 minutes then cleared up. ...
... were fruits of the orchard and garden, and household items.
Brigham Young was the winner of $25 for "Best Stallion" and won first prize for the "Best celery exhibit." Other prizes include: $10 for best cow, $25 for the best fenced and cultivated farm. Diplomas were awarded for the best shepherd dog, good penmanship and the best ten pounds of native sugar. Other items displayed were cheese, butter, table cutlery, a sword and scabbard, bushels of cocoons, specimens of raw ...
... at No Name Saloon, so we jumped in the shower to get cleaned up (since the last time we showered was Monday). While I was in the shower Caitlin had arrived and was chatting with Jim and Gabe in the office. I joined them after I finished drying my hair and we talked about our adventure, the blog and what to do while in Park City. Carol, Jim’s wife, came back from running some errands in preparation for Sullivan’s high school graduation party the next day. We decided ...
... just a block; but it is huge in impact. Let’s start with those street names. The east-west street directly north of the Square is North Temple; directly south is South Temple. The next street to the north is 200 North, then 300 North; south of South Temple, 200 South, and so on for miles. And of course the street grid follows that pattern on north-south streets. Directly west of Temple Square is West ...