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Drove over the mountain towards Park City, then to Heber. Boarded the Heber Valley Railroad train to Vivian Park, travelling along Deer Creek Reservoir and then along the banks of the Provo River. Lovely relaxed old train with carriages from about 1910 and engine from 1950s. Live entertainment - train robbers, one of whom turned into a very talented guitar vocalist.
Stopped for a break for lunch at the park before the journey home.
Emerson enjoyed his train ride ...
Andrew and his pals had the energy to go for MTB ride at 6 am, then back to eat most of the leftovers! Late afternoon we all set off up the mountain to a small lake, Midway Lake. Parked and walked around the lake through the undergrowth, watching and snapping a pair of nesting Sandhill cranes, with the stained plumage, vigorously and noisily defending their nest from tourists. Then sat in the sunshine for pre-dinner drinks before heading ...
Chipmunks all around our feet as we ate brekkie.
Drove to opposite side of the reservoir then hiked a "strenuous" round trip of 5 km to the dinosaur trackway, on the rock face next to the reservoir, opposite our previous night's camp. Very disappointing, hard to see, lots of gravel debris, and no comparison to ...
Discovered today that our Boomer insurers last year (Allessie in Holland) cannot do anything for us this year. Likewise for Rick and Julie, whose vehicle arrives in L.A. this week. So we hope Andrew can help us find an alternative.
In addition, our USA phone option with Truphone has pulled the plug too, so we will look for a local SIM today. Lots of small chores before we drive 8 hours in ...
... on technology today. After about 20 minutes of Ted muttering that we are headed in the right general to their home in Draper, hoping we would recognize the place from our last visit about 5 years ago. We had a bit of help at the end because down on the highway we seemed to have full cellphone coverage.