A few weeks ago I posted about my trip to Salt Lake City, Utah - now it's time for the rest of the story!
Touring SLC and seeing the Lake was just one of several day trips. My base was actually in Park City. While SLC is down in the 'bowl', Park City is higher up in the hills; about a 3000 ft difference in elevation.
Early October was a beautiful time to be there. The Aspens were in their golden glory!
My daughter and son-in-law happily showed me around their new home, taking me to scenic spots and favorite new restaurants they had found - fun for all of us.
We spent some time in Park City itself, a quaint town with an abundance of restaurants - both casual and upscale - and an abundance of trendy, upscale shopping.
One evening before dinner we went to the St. Regis for a pre-dinner glass of wine
|Entrance to La Caille|
Another day we drove in another direction and found waterfalls
and mountain lakes.
We drove high up a mountain to hike - but didn't hike.The high elevation put hiking outside of my comfort range so we drove back down to enjoy the Oktoberfest celebration at Snowbird Resort.
We did hike a bit another day, but at a lower elevation.
And My favorite of all - were the Aspens
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