Alta Peruvian Lodge
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... and then left for a hike at Mt. Washburn. As a wildlife preservationist, Ben knows a lot about the animals in the area, especially birds (which he studied in college and grad school). Both he and Chris had brought binoculars and a high-power scope which proved very useful on our hike. But before we even got to the hike, we got caught in a huge bison jam. There must have been 100 bison in the fields and on the road in the Hayden Valley. Several passed in front ...
Since we were flying with a 3-year-old and 8-month old, we decided it might be easiest on them and us to split the flights into two days. The first would be the longest, Salt Lake City to Atlanta, an overnight near the Atlanta airport, followed by an early morning quick flight ...
... it was a great idea, then I noticed a decaying squirrel in the bottom of the tub and made a note not to mention it to Chris. Duke and I made our way to the smaller stream at the back of the house and I found a prime spot to take some hummingbird photos while he dined on more grass and dipped his paws in the water. It was still amazing to me to see so many hummingbirds surrounding the feeder! They're so zippy and reflective! When we got back inside the cabin, Chris and Steve ...
... always make sure to have some kind of rain jacket and some extra clothes to deal with the rain and drop in temperature that sometimes accompanies a storm.
The forecast for the week showed a storm moving into the Salt Lake City for late Thursday and Friday. It was Tuesday in Heber. I had planned on this day to cycle up to Park City, stay there overnight and then ride back through Big Cottonwood Canyon to SLC on Thursday. Not wanting to take the chance of riding in the canyon during ...
... there so we called in then ate in Park City – Kevin had Buffalo burger!!! On the way home, Mark took a detour and drove us to a mountain top in the dark to look over the valley where the twinkling lights of humanity could be viewed beneath us, just like in the movies.
A real treat the next morning when we awoke to music and knowing Mark is a Neil Young fan I thought he was playing a CD. When I went to see, it was Mark – guitar, harmonica ...