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Old 12-25-2018, 12:15 PM   #15
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I am glad to see they added a new section with large sites. The old one only had a few sites for 40+' RV's and they were very hard to get unless you had flexible dates. I tried for 2 years in a row to get the dates I needed without success. I even set a date on the calendar for the earliest possible reservation date and still couldn't get in.
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Why? It's readily available.


Define ďreadily available.Ē Iíve lived in Utah for 20+ years, and I would hardly call it readily available. Six days a week and itís not readily available. And the first day of the week, itís not available at all. 3.2 beer is readily available, but imho, 3.2 isnít beer. What do you call readily available?
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Define ďreadily available.Ē Iíve lived in Utah for 20+ years, and I would hardly call it readily available. Six days a week and itís not readily available. And the first day of the week, itís not available at all. 3.2 beer is readily available, but imho, 3.2 isnít beer. What do you call readily available?
Readily available is going to Wasatch Brewery and buying a growler. I used to live in Park City.
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Readily available is going to Wasatch Brewery and buying a growler. I used to live in Park City.
That's the way to do it! Who would assume Utah has some very good craft breweries? But readily available is buying wine it at Smith's, 24/7/365.
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Well, you sacrifice some conveniences to live in such a beautiful diverse State.
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