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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... because it kept walking in front of us very close. That night we met up with Chris and Ben back at our campsite. Meeting Ben for the first time was great; the two of them had brought great food, including antelope that they had hunted and marinated for kabobs, along with gin and tonics using a local gin made in Missoula called Whyte Ladie. We all spent the night chatting, playing cards, and Ben should the boys a card trick they both enjoyed. The next day we all ...
... I wear as a necklace, but are made for babies to chew on - bought at BuyBuy Baby). I also felt it was beneficial to break up our traveling days so we didn't spend an entire day on planes and in airports. Before leaving, I wasn't sure how they would both do flying across the country, but in the end, it was actually fairly easy and I'm already thinking about new places we can take them!
... found annoying! He walked back to the house with the rowdy kids in tow while Duke and I continued to meander along the creek. Duke was really enjoying chewing the sweet grass growing alongside the water while I took pictures. After a while, we crossed the dirt road and walked toward the horse corral that Steve's sister, Suzie, built. It looked like it was also constructed from Aspen logs. There was an old claw foot bathtub in one of the corners to be used as a horse trough. ...
I woke up to another beautiful, blue sky in the Wasatch. Hardly a cloud at all. I've been mostly lucky in terms of weather onmy travels. However, there have been some exceptions. I did get caught in a horrible, rainy period while in central Texas in 2009. I also got stuck on my bike in a storm in western Massachusetts in 2008. Since that storm in Massachusetts, where, shivering and cold, I stopped cycling and caught a ride back to my hotel, I've been much better prepared for the ...
... the beautiful Utah valleys/canyons that we loved to the little Town that was put on the map by Robert Redford (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid). There is an annual film festival which used to be held here for obvious reasons, but has now outgrown this small area and has moved onto the larger Park City which isn’t too far away. It too is a great place. The influence of tourism is apparent but in a really positive way. Patti’s Brother owns an ...