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Painting The Town Red In Park City, Utah

PAINTING THE TOWN... just by wearing RED!  Made use of the free shuttle to go surveying Park City town.  See if there's anything to shop, I told the ladies.... LOL... Don't know it is good news or not, we did NOT buy anything at all after walking more than an hour.  The prices are too steep for us!  Definitely not our standard... LOL...

After an hour or so, we took the bus back to our hotel and had our homecooked lunch there.  In the evening, we went for the Glow Night.... yes, this time, not singing but dancing!!  We took a couple of videos... but no, I can't put those up.... I was like practically dancing like ... er... *I think I would embarrass my kids if they see their mom dancing like in the 70sssss!*
We were here...
Walking along the main street....
From one end to the other....
Did not buy anything... just window shopping...
Year of the Pig... 
And bears....
Too expensive to haul all of them home...
At the junction.....
Climbed up to the first floor... 
Taken from the bridge....
Yes, the sun was blazing...
Marking my presence as usual....
Desserts never fail to lure me in...
Ended up buying some chocolates and truffles...
And that was it.... painting the town red....
And we still had energy to do the Saturday Night Fever in the evening!


Comments

  1. I dont mind walking, exploring anf taking photos. Shopping, can do without. Especially when the price too steep for me. Hehe. I dont mind buying the chocolate, I could not resist that.

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  2. I would buy some chocolates too! Just walking around sightseeing would be good enough.

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  3. I don't mind window shopping at times too, especially if the mall has got air con, just strolling and taking our own sweet time.

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  4. Great advice - live, laugh, love!

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  5. This does look like an expensive area, with exclusive shops. But such fun to look! Fun for me to see, too! You look like you have lost so much weight! Likely from so much walking. You could eat all the chocolates you want!

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  6. There are certainly a lot of details like that to take into consideration. That is a great point to bring up. I offer the thoughts above as general inspiration but clearly there are questions like the one you bring up where the most important thing will be working in honest good faith. I don?t know if best practices have emerged around things like that, but I am sure that your job is clearly identified as a fair game. Both boys and girls feel the impact of just a moment?s pleasure, for the rest of their lives.
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  7. Looks like an interesting place to visit and worth the walk. Cute animal sculptures and yummy desserts.

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