Alta's Rustler Lodge
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... the RV and into a hotel “with a pool”. I attempted to check in
solo since I noticed a huge business conference going on on the main floor.
No such luck. As I am checking in there’s Georgia in her bathing suit and
flip flops gorging on the complimentary lemonade and chocolate chip cookies in
the lobby saying “this place is great, Dad. Free cookies and
lemonade? Where’s the pool?”
... and any diet books you've read in the past. If you'd like to find the most suited diet for yourself, keep the guidelines we've talked about in mind. People have realized success with a wide variety of diets and nutritional theories. Since everybody is an individual, you need to pay attention to how a diet makes you feel as well as the results you obtain from it. The single thing that actually matters is finding what works best for ...
... insurance policy since the broken one didn't have one. Tymber got a new pair of shoes to go with the other 10 pairs that she owns. She is her mother's daughter, there is no doubt in my mind!
We had a late lunch/early dinner at The Cheesecake Factory in the mall and it was good as expected.
Interestingly a thunderstorm rolled through that forced us to take a taxi back to the hotel. Everyone was to bed early in anticipation of tomorrow's 8 hour drive.
Hi there, sorry for the delay.
Was a long drive yesterday and some boys didn't want to get up earlier....
The Yellowstone national park is huge and fantastic but it takes a while to drive through.
We had every possible kind of weather when we were there (snow, hail, rain, sun, fog,...).
I can say we saw definitely a lot of elks and bison but also 2 wolfs and some pronghorns. No bears and moose ...
... I decided to forego travelling to Park City, and go into the canyon today, thus staying ahead of the storm. I rode out of Heber that morning and into the town of Midway to state route 256, which would take me right into Wasatch Mountain State Park. It was chilly that morning, but overall pleasant. Midway seems to host more tourists than Heber and had a couple of well-developed resorts.
The terrain became more steep and mountainous very quickly as I rode into Wasatch ...