Sunday, August 5, 2012

Day Nine: Is This the Real Life?

No matter where we go, Casey and I will always find a farmer's market to wreak havoc at enjoy. Fortunately for us, the one in Park City was within walking distance of the condo! Also near the condo: the cabriolet. Which was free. Being the children that we are, we spend an obscene amount of time going back and forth on it, in between wandering the market and eating.
We had snow cones and lunch (mint limeade (served by cute guys who totally played along with our mild insanity) and an apple strudel) before going back on the cabriolet. Again. For very long stretches. We yelled things to the passersby down below ("This is your sign!") and sang along to "Bohemian Rhapsody" and generally had a great time.
When we got back to the condo, we lazed around, decidedly in love with civilization again.
After dinner, though, we chilled in the hot tub. Well, not chilled...
Regardless, it was wonderful just being incredibly lazy for a day, you know?

The launch.

I can see our condo from here!

Oh, Canyons, you're so fancy.

If I'd paid a visit to the bookmobile, there wouldn't be any room 
for anything in the car.

I always forget how much I love snow cones.

Classy lady.

The sky in Utah is gorgeous, too.

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