Last Saturday I went to shoot a video about a helicopter that was removing the old Deer Crest chairlift. This job is a necessary first step before receiving the slightly larger towers that are being built for the new Mountaineer Express chairlift on Little Baldy Mountain at Deer Valley. Before I even left home, I
We came to Park Silly Sunday Open Air Market for the music – specifically the George T. Gregory band who were playing at the Main Stage. I had read the promo in the Park Record -they combine some of my favorite genres with blues, pop jazz, and rock so we wanted to check them out.
Some days you don’t feel like exerting yourself -no biking and no hiking. You just want to chill, relax and have an easy -breezy day. Last Saturday was one of those days. We had some friends visiting from California so the chairlift to Deer Valley’s Bald Mountain was just what the doctor ordered.Great views –
Not so long ago, most ski lifts were slow. They provided us with a chance to catch up, regroup, think about our technique, rest our legs and even munch on a sandwich or a bar. They also gave us a chance to talk. Talk about anything: from views, to snow quality, to weather, good restaurants
When the Quail Fire bathed Park City in smoke and ash on July 3rd and fireworks shows in Summit County were cancelled, I wondered if it would put a damper on the Park City Fourth of July Parade. With news that the residents in Alpine were safe as firefighters contained the fire, and the smokey
When you live in Park City, you live right in the center of paradise. To a mountain lover like me, Park City is the most beautiful place on earth. So when I am inside working on a stretch of long days in my home office, I go a little stir crazy. Last week was one of
I got my first sunburn in Park City on a date night with my husband, the first Wednesday we lived here, in 2001. Yes, I said a sunburn, at night. It was my first glimpse that life at 7,500 feet was going to be even more of a change than I had expected. By now,
“Try fifty two new things” was last year’s New Year’s resolution. I chose it because I noticed that as people get older, they tend to get stuck in their ways and I didn’t want that to happen to me. When Emily Summers, communications manager at Deer Valley Resort (and fellow blogger) invited me to “Savor