Honestly, our trip to New York was just about being with Cate and Stoney and seeing plays, having meals together and catching up after such a busy year of wedding and family. We had a much needed time with just the four of us. Cate and I ran off to shop one day while Tony visited RRA and Stoney worked. Another day, Tony and I headed to Ground Zero on a very windy, cold day. It breaks your heart all over again and reminds us to hug those we love as closely and tightly as possible.
So we drove from Park City to Flaming Gorge in the Northwest corner of Utah near Colorado and Wyoming. It did not take long to figure out why the Green River is called the Green River.
Truly an amazing canyon below the Flaming Gorge Dam
The red rocks were stunning
James Boehm, our guide comes from a fishing family in Park City. His Dad and brother are both fishing guides. The town of Dutch John is far from everything and SMALL and unpopulated. It is good he LOVES the fish..,
We had a two-fer How do you spell that. It is good for marital relations when we catch fish at the same time. And not so good if the little woman catches more fish. Just one of those things.
I cannot remember the names of these ducks? but I love the photo
Blue crane..thank you for flying when you did
Yep I caught a few
And so did Tony
I do love to catch the fish, but I love catching the photos even more.
I was on my own in Deer Valley while Tony fished…woohoo, I had a car, a map and a camera. Fall is on the way. Bye bye white pants, hello jeans…bye bye sandals, hello socks.
I love barns..
And how cute is this house?
A step back in time…
Tony and Andy fished right below this bridge on the Provo
And I guess he was successful..
I have many more barns in my photo cache..
Well, just one more…
Along the highway back to Park City..
And then back to reality. I think there is an election going on.
Park City, Deer Valley, Heber City, Midway…a beautiful area and so close to the SLC airport.