Sunday, October 23, 2005

Took a drive with Alene a couple of weeks ago

We took advantage of an actual day of nothing to do (it was a Sunday). We drove up Big Cottonwood Canyon (home of Brighton, some of the best Snowboarding on earth!) and over the mountain down into Heber Valley and took these pictures. The trees literally looked like they were on fire:

After that, we went on to Sundance resort (ski resort owned by Robert Redford). There was an outdoor artist fair going on. Alene and I looked at all the booths, then took a ride up one of their ski lifts to hike over to Stewart Falls. Here are some of the pictures of that hike:

Doing my best Gollum impersination. That rock area was wet and slippery.

This is the view looking back toward Sundance from the falls. You can't see Sundance, but you can see some houses (very nice houses). One of them had a pool on top of the roof of it's garage and an elevator that took you up to the pool.

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