It was almost 3 years ago that we set out on this adventure of a lifetime. I started this blog 3 years ago this month with this post about why we are doing this. In that post I mentioned that the #1 reason we are doing this is because “blink and they are grown”. Truer words have never been spoken! It seems like just yesterday that my first child Jake was born, and the next thing I knew he became a teenager. How did that happen??
We were in Park City, Utah to celebrate his 13th birthday at the end of September where we spent the day at Park City Mountain riding alpine slides and coasters.
Getting ready for our first ride down the alpine coaster.
This was so much fun! We were able to ride it several times that day with little to no wait since it was a weekday and not crowded. On the alpine coaster you ride up the mountain in the coaster for about 5 minutes or so, enjoying the views, and then fly back down in much less time.
I took this picture on the way up, but I couldn’t take any pictures on the way down.
We also rode up the scenic chairlift a few times to ride the alpine slide.
We purchased a day pass so we could have unlimited rides. The day pass also included the Legacy Launcher, gem mining and mini golf.
After we closed the place down, we headed into the cute little mountain town of Park City to find some place to have a birthday dinner. We ended up having Mexican which seems to be what we go for most often.
The shops on Main Street were so cute!
We loved Park City Mountain and would really like to return there for skiing in the winter sometime.
We stayed at Jordanelle State Park that week which was gorgeous with the mountain views and beautiful fall colors. It was even snowing the day we got there but didn’t last very long as it warmed up slightly that week.
I think this was a great place to spend Jake’s 13th birthday, and it’s definitely on the list to return again someday.
I bet Park City is awesome. I love those cool mountain resort towns like Jackson,Banff, and Lake Placid.
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Happy 3 year bloggiversary!! That is amazing that you’ve been doing this for so long, I’ve enjoyed reading your blog for quite some time now and respect how you’ve prioritized spending time with your family and exploring our great country! Wonderful job!
Omg, that alpine coaster looks sooooo fun!
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