Black Diamond Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... often a beautiful aroma floated on the breeze. I can't figure out where it comes from. I suspect it's the towering palm trees. Check in at the airport. Speediest ever. From leaving transport to sitting in airport lounge. 13 mins. Now sipping C******nay ready for Salt Lake City. Park city and beyond once a distant thought is now only hours ...
... we went to Park City. First stop was the Olympic center where we saw people practicing freestyle jumping into a pool. And guess what? They have a summer camp, I'm thinking Alston would LOVE that. Dinner was at a nice restaurant called the Blind Dog. Yummy, and gluten free food. Last event of the evening, we're picking up the Johnson kids for an overnight with us at the hotel. Should be ...
I woke up and hung out until the sun came up…
After driving a couple hours I pulled off at a rest stop and decided to check out all the bushes that littered the side of the road and discovered a actual tumble weed. It was not rolling and I got a nice close look! Not very exciting but I have seen a lot of western movies and thought it ...
... gets in everything, in between your toes, up your nose, in your bed, your clothes even in other places we don’t want to talk about, like the cars undercarriage. So we went and washed the underneath of the car so that the salt didn’t rust the car, laundered the bed sheets, clothes and towels and cleaned the RV from top to bottom. Once we finished the cleaning spree we ...
... and physically uncomfortable I have found myself to be completely competent and able to get myself through situations across the board. I had my bad times and scary times and I made it out the other end relatively unscathed and I have never in my life been so happy. I can feel it just shooting out my fingertips (I realize how utterly cheesy that sounds) and my face cannot contain smiles. ...