Alta Peruvian Lodge
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... and sliding it was time to get back into our Solarium and head to SLC.
Salt Lake City – The Grand American
Our scene was right out of The Beverly Hillbillies. We
pulled up to what I think must have been the nicest hotel in SLC in our
RV. Out we roll in bathing suits, no shirts and shoes for some (Jack) and
just a bunch of bed-head looking kids. The kids were totally fired up to
... exercising regularly without sticking with a strict diet plan. This is actually a case of personal preference. A diet has the benefit of supplying you with a blueprint that tells you what you can and can't eat. If you decide not to go on an actual diet, you need to still learn just as much as you can about nutrition, so you're able to make better choices for yourself. It's also possible to produce your own personal diet, based on ...
... the dogs, and the wilderness. I forget how nice it is to be in the woods. I need to remember how great it is to forget about everything but the moment at hand.
We decided that all of us needed a nap, so we made our beds and retired to our rooms. Chris and I were almost too excited to sleep, but sheer exhaustion set in and we were fast asleep in no time! All the stress and uncomfortable driving conditions were worth ...
... 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 ...
Marcelo was devastated after just missing out on the Calgary Stampede. Terri, bless her heart, took us to the Days of '47 Rodeo. The annual rodeo has been a Pioneer Days staple in Utah since 1949. We had so much fun. There are some fun video's to watch in this one too. Oh and President Monson was there too. (Prophet of the LDS ...