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    We did a Utah National Parks trip late last August. Flew into Salt Lake City went to Zion, Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef. You need to spend a few days at each place to really see more than the highlights from vistas. Amazing drive from Bryce to Capitol Reef on Highway 12 and we did a hike to Lower Calf Creek Falls in the Grand Staircase-Escalante on the way. I advise anyone that goes to get the Lonely Planet Guides to Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks book to help plan your trip and hikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    No family in Park City, but there's plenty of hiking, mountain biking, fishing, restaurants, stuff to do in that area, and we found insanely cheap lodging, so it seemed like a no brainer to stay a week there. Also, the future Mrs. really loved Utah and a few years ago made me promise to take her there in the summer as she wanted to see what the Wasatch area is like in a non-skiing/warmer setting.

    It's the other week that we have complete flexibility over to see some national parks, and I do agree with your fear of attempting to, "see so much that you wind up seeing nothing", so to speak. So I need to figure out how much time is needed to really check out a park and do at least a few major trails, perhaps we'll only wind up seeing 2 parks in 6 days if it's better to take 3 full days per park, etc....
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  4. #64
    I'm late to this thread, but whatever.

    Goals for 2018/2019:

    1) Get in some sort of shape that isn't round
    2) Ski once a week at least
    3) figure out how to work this glasses/goggles thing!
    4) TAKE A SKI VACATION for once, even if it's a weekend at Cannon.
    5) Ski at 3 new mountains

    I'm sure I've got more that I want to do, but I seem to have forgotten at the moment.
    2017-2018: Rookie season. 6 days at Wachusett so far.

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    How's everyone's food / beer / exercise related goals coming along so far?

    2017/2018: Baby Julia born 12/3/2017!
    [Bolton Valley: 2/19] [Bromley: 2/7] [Jay Peak: 4/11, 4/12] [Killington: 12/15, 1/10, 3/15*, 3/24] [Mad River Glen: 2/14, 3/9*] [Magic: 3/8***, 3/23] [Mount Snow: 11/27, 12/22*, 4/19] [Pico: 2/9] [Stowe: 2/15] [Sugarbush: 4/22]

    2016/2017: * = powder day
    [Berkshire East: 1/16, 2/10] [Bolton Valley: 1/1, 2/5*, 2/19] [Burke: 12/17*, 1/28*] [Heavenly: 3/5*, 3/11] [Jay Peak: 1/29*, 4/9] [Jiminy Peak: 11/26] [Killington: 12/4, 12/10, 4/8*, 4/15] [Kirkwood: 3/8] [Mad River Glen: 2/25] [Magic: 2/13*] [Mt Rose: 3/7*] [Mount Snow: 4/3] [Northstar: 3/10] [Okemo: 11/23] [Pico: 1/7*, 2/18, 3/19] [Smuggler’s Notch: 1/22] [Stratton: 2/4] [Stowe: 1/21] [Sugarbush: 1/2] [Telluride: 3/27, 3/28*] [Whiteface: 2/12]

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    How's everyone's food / beer / exercise related goals coming along so far?

    Yes I am visiting more breweries than planned this summer because my wife has discovered she likes some types and trying out new ones. I have been road riding more than the last few years as well. Not as much as my late 30's earlier 40's but more than the past few.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    How's everyone's food / beer / exercise related goals coming along so far?
    Isn't it a little early for that?

    I'm thinking, Tuesday, September 4th.
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    I'm actually down about 10 pounds at this point. Haven't surfed much with the sharks on CC, but done some paddleboarding, and some hikes along with my regular exercise. The big difference was cutting out all the bread I was eating. Haven't bought a loaf of bread in a couple months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pez View Post
    I'm actually down about 10 pounds at this point. Haven't surfed much with the sharks on CC, but done some paddleboarding, and some hikes along with my regular exercise. The big difference was cutting out all the bread I was eating. Haven't bought a loaf of bread in a couple months.
    I went on cholesterol medicine about a year ago. It worked, but has made me lazy about avoiding bad food because my number stays real low no matter what I eat. i've gained ten pounds and can't shake it this summer. No bread would be tough for me because I love it, but sounds like something i should consider
    I went on a 40 mile bike ride last Saturday. Good workout, but I got monkey butt
    Last edited by jimk; Jul 12, 2018 at 6:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    How's everyone's food / beer / exercise related goals coming along so far?



    I've drank plenty of beer and ate lots of food so it's going great!

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