Silver Baron Lodge
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... drive thrugh the park we spot some climbers way up high.
Before leaving we check out Balancing Rock.
A few more fantastic views on the way out and to ...
... the Mormon Tabernacle choir, sat down and listened to the wonderful acoustics. While there one of the "sisters" told us that she would show us an example of hearing a pin drop. She went to the front of the tabernacle, told us, without the aid of a microphone, that it was 53 m long and then proceeded to shred a piece of newspaper, and drop 3 pins and a nail. All these items were heard clearly. She then sang a goose bump tingling hymn. Was so beautiful. I just wanted her to keep ...
... they do one thing, and they do it well!) I googled a good place for us to go sledding (and was a little nervous that the park might be bombarded with kids out for school that day, since I heard kids might be off for the Veteran's Day holiday), but we were pleasantly surprised - pretty good sledding conditions, not too cold, the snow had iced over in some places, although there were a few patches where kids had traveled down so much you saw grass, definitely ...
... Park City where Carol works, and Deer Valley where Jim works. After we finished our breakfast, we headed down the tower and on to the rest of the hike. It was about 2 miles around the top of a hill with great views of all of Park City. Gabe and I really enjoyed getting to know Caitlin and Sullivan as we walked and all the conversations we had with them. They are really great people! We were all hungry by the end of the hike. We dropped off Caitlin since she lives in Old Town and ...
... that we where a block away from a man vs food site, wafulls and fritz. So we walked over and ordered two machine gun sandwiches. The sandwich is made on a French baget with two very dark spice sausages then covered with fritz (a double fried French fry) and a thousand island-ish sauce. Neither of us could finish the sandwich. I have not had the best luck with MvF sites, out of the four that I have tried now only one; the excellent barking crab in Boston; would I recommend. The ...