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Our Last Evening At Back 40 Ranch House, Heber City, Utah

LAST EVENING....

It was our last evening at the Marriots and we had our dinner at the Back 40 Ranch House....
Now looking back at my album, I couldn't find any of our dinner pictures inside... 
Very strange!  Did I really not take any of the food pics?
Sounds unbelievable from me, right?
This adds to one of the peculiarities we experienced during our 7 days stay here...
I "might" relate in my post later on... 
But then if I did, would I get sued?? 
Leaving that aside, here is the inside of the Ranch House... 
The scenery from the window is so lovely....
Just like a painting!
After the dinner, we did some "exploration"....
We walked on the way in... yes, by foot...
Burn our calories, as I told them... 
I can walk here each evening gazing into the meadows...
As we strolled along... this is what we saw.... 
Ranch life... 
We made "friends" with the ponies....
Or at least he did....

The three wannabees... to feel young again!
That is all for this evening! 
Back to the hotel to pack our bags.... for the long journey home the next morning!


Comments

  1. What a gorgeous walk, beauty on all sides wherever you look! And you are still full of energy! So are you leaving for Ipoh tomorrow?

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  2. What a lovely place! Sp you're back home now?

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  3. Claire, I really admire your life. Every time I drop by your blog, I either see you travelling or feasting on good food. You are leading a very happy life style, keep it up.

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  4. Such lovely meadows, we don't have that in sg.

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  5. you means got spooky experience there?

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  6. Looks like a cowboy place. Did your photos just vanished into thin air?

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