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Do something fun and helpful this Halloween: Give blood. It's Deer Valley's 11th annual Transylvania Tea Party! Dress up, and give blood! This fun-filled, Halloween-themed blood drive is a tradition started by Deer Valley staff who wanted to support ...
Thanks for loving Snowbird! Please join us for Customer Appreciation Days and enjoy a FREE Aerial Tram ride (conditions permitting) with the donation of a can of food for the Utah Food Bank or $3 for Wasatch Adaptive Sports Program. Every Saturday an...
Mother Nature is showing off again! The leaves are magnificent on the mountains. Drive up Big or Little Cottonwood Canyon and enjoy the show! The aspens don't grow from seeds but from their underground network of roots. That's why you'll see some fam...
When I lived in New England, I grew most of my own food in the back yard. The soil had been improved and the rain came out of the sky. A few years after moving to Utah I pledged to quit trying to be a backyard farmer. I didn't improve the soil enough...
Today 3,000 American flags are fluttering in the breeze on the Sandy Town Green in remembrance of those who died on September 11, 2001. Each flag bears a tag with a few lines about the person it represents. They are not forgotten. The field of flags ...
It's an annual event in Midway at the 2002 Olympic cross country skiing venue. Scrappy little herding dogs round up a group of wily range sheep and herd them up and down the hillside and through gates. The final challenge is to separate the flock and...
Mirror Lake is a peaceful place and there's a boardwalk and a good path all the way around it. Take a picnic, sit at one of the lakeside tables and enjoy the scenery and calm. If you like to fish, the lake is full of them just waiting for your lure o...
Get out of the valley heat and into a different world. Drive up to Silver Lake. You're likely to see a moose, potguts (Uintah ground squirrels) and a few ducks. The small lake is stocked, so fishing can be good. Or just watch. We're so lucky to live...
Alta's wildflowers are at their best right now. Fields of pink, blue, yellow, purple and red await you at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon. They don't last long, so drive up and see them now. It's a fabulous show and it's free. Drive up the can...
We were hiking at Brighton and met a real mountain man. Brochures show mountain men to be guys with grizzley beards, leather jackets with fringe on the sleeves and maybe a wolf for a companion. This guy wore jeans and a Tshirt and he didn't have a be...
There's no admission fee to see this dinosaur! He (or maybe it's a she) stands in a field in Draper. During some seasons, the dinosaur holds a beach ball, a pin wheel, a wreath or something else that's seasonal until the wind blows it away. It's a ho...
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