This weekend Brandon and I enjoyed a fun Saturday in Park City.
Rather than taking the insterstate, we took the scenic Guardsman's Pass from Big Cottonwood Canyon over to Park City. We love to take this road during the fall. It is so beautiful and so full of colors and beautiful views. If you've never tried this beautiful drive, you definitely should add it to your list.
When we made it to Park City, we started out at the Olympic Museum, located just at the bottom of the ski jumps.
We stood outside and watched the skiers. They climbed all the way to the top of the ridiculously high jumps and catapulted down into a large pool of water at the bottom of the jump. Skiers did different flips and spins when they flew off of the ramp. It was insane. I would consider trying it one day, but I enjoy living, so I'll just not add that one to the bucket list.
After we watched the jumpers/skiers we made our way into the museum and check out all of the different exhibits. Sitting inside of a bobsled, it is so easy to understand exactly why they're so dangerous. I didn't like sitting inside of the bullet-sled while it was standing still, so I can't imagine what it would feel like flying down the bobsled track.
Following our photo-session amongst the various displays we hit up main street for some lunch. We stopped at Main Street Pizza & Noodle and it was as delicious as ever. One of my favorite moments of the day happened as I debated a second slice of pie. Brandon had just finished his slice of pizza and I was on the fence about my next piece. Now, anyone who knows me can tell you that my favorite part of any pizza is the crust. From Imo's thin to stuffed crust, I love it all. So, while I sat there pondering the second half of my lunch, I glanced at the piece of crust in Brandon's hand. Without a word exchanged, the crust landed on my plate and was devoured before you could blink. (It should be noted that Brandon loves his crust just as much as I do.)
Marriage goals, everyone.
The only way to counteract an afternoon pizza for this gym rat? A trip to the Nike store, of course. Brandon bought me a new outfit and new kicks. It was the perfect way to end the day.
I'm so glad we were able to enjoy a fun afternoon on the other side of the mountains and get out of the house for a beautiful Saturday. I can't wait to go over and see more of the fall colors this season and enjoy time with family in our beautiful mountains.