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Tag Archives: History
I have come to really love this place. Skiing at Alta has kept me sane and entertained for two winters now, and I am now at a loss for entertainment on my random days off. If I wasn’t at work, … Continue reading
I live in the Salt Lake City neighborhood called the Brickyard, which is south of Sugar House, west of Canyon Rim, east of South Salt Lake and on the northern edge of Millcreek. It is the area centered around a … Continue reading
Today is the first day of my second year in Utah. I had a good enough first year that I will stay for another, but that does not mean it was without difficulties or tears. I have not yet found … Continue reading
Newspaper Rock is so-called because of its plethora of petroglyphs. No one knows much about these ancient carvings, other than that they are younger than the painted pictographs. This ancient art is found all over the four-corner region. This rock … Continue reading