Shadow Ridge Resort
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... sits on the side of the mountain overlooking SLC, so tonight we can see all the lights of the city. We drove around the downtown area today and saw Temple Square and the capitol building. There are some really cool houses here too.. very different. We ate at the Pie Pizzeria and although I don't think bussing tables was a priority for anybody working there, the pizza was GREAT! Tomorrow we head to Moab and wi-fi may be spotty again for awhile. ...
... in the powder. I tried to snap a picture but the sun wasn't in the right spot.
At the end of the day we skied in and headed to the outdoor hot tub.. 19 degree weather outside at this point. The hot tub felt great on my sore calfs. Gus had dinner reservations at The Farm.. Delightful menu and delicious food. Gus ordered Bone Marrow with pickled raisins German mustard ...
... for about two minutes with the aid of an experienced instructor. The third minute is definitely the best though. They make the fan spin so fast that you shoot up 40 feet into the air! You can twist, turn, roll, flip or do whatever because its really hard to get hurt on it. This happens 3 or 4 times, then your time is up. The best part is intact the end surprisingly. Once you finish, everyone receives a coupon for 10$ a minute for the next time you come. So instead of $200 for 9 minutes, ...
... on the eve of Christmas. With a burger feast, endless supply of vodka and (not so) Secret Santa :-) A great night was topped off by a viewing of Love Actually.
On another note, Night Skiing has started at the resort and it's a great time to hit the slopes.
Ill update next time with an update on my skiing and hopefully some pictures :)
... ounces of silver, 25 million pounds of molybdenum, and 1 million tons of sulfuric acid, which is a by-product of the smeltering process.
"I used to drive a truck here," Ken told us, as he explained the mining process on the drive out. We left I-80 at the smelter near Magna. Ken pointed to the smokestack, a large curving chimney, 1,215 feet high (tallest free-standing structure west ...