We've been wanting to visit the tram all summer, but after our stay cation in Park City in June, and our upcoming vacation to the Grand Tetons in August, we weren't sure when to fit it in. But once E decided on the four day weekend, and once we read about the amazing wildflowers (and saw them on Thursday) we knew this weekend was it.
The Tram is a huge treat on a hot day. Ridding fast and smoothly up the mountain to Hidden Peak at 11,000 feet doesn't require any energy for the amazing payoff.
They literally ran in circles for forty five minutes laughing and giggling. Juliet's shoes had to come off because she kept slipping but bare feet didn't slow her down at all.
She kept yelling to James "slow down BOY!" We were all laughing so much because we never call James "boy," she came up with that one all on her own. Lots of other tourists and sightseers would stop to watch her and everyone laughed so much when she'd yell "slow down boy!" again and again.
Back down we go!
And then as we were packing up to head home I spotted a little fern gully. I've always wanted to take photos of Juliet in lush ferns, and luckily she thought they were pretty special too.
And then as we were REALLY ready to go I spotted some yellow wildflowers and the sun was hitting them in the most perfect way. Juliet's yellow hair bows just looked so perfect compared to the flowers. So I plunked her in the middle, and started asking for a few smiles. James helped with peak-a-boo, hence the big grins.