The Best Part: Lisa's Trip Diary Day Five
We all agree it is so sad to see our week in Park City come to an end but we all disagree on what was the best part of our adventure.
Mike felt where we stayed, the Silver Star condo, was a highlight. Luxurious and relaxing, it was a great place to gather with friends and family after a day in the snow.
Silver Star in Park City, Utah
Lisa loved the great snow conditions, getting more comfortable in the terrain parks and boarding with instructor, Jared Tron, in the superpipe.
Snowmama Lisa in the terrain park.
Snowmama Lisa and instructor Jared Tron.
Isaac loved the Adventure Alleys. He made sure he boarded down all five. He enjoyed them all but TNT and Detonator were his top two favorites.
Isaac cruising through Detonator, one of the Adventure Alleys.
Lucas was happy and proud that he was able to ride on so many lifts and successfully get off of Crescent, Silverlode, King Con and PayDay.
Lucas loving the lift rides with his family.
Ariel tried as often as she could to get into the hot tub or swimming pool. She was probably in her swimming suit more than her snow clothes.
Elsie & Ariel in pool.
Elsie was happily obliged to spending her days snuggling and hanging out with either sets of her grandparents while the rest of us hit the slopes.
What a fantastic family ski vacation. Thanks Park City Mountain Resort for the great facilities and snow!
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