Leap Day, on February 29, has been a day of traditions, folklore and superstitions ever since Leap Years were first introduced by Julius Caesar over 2000 years ago.
Yes you heard right – Julius Caesar started it all.
An old Irish tradition is that on leap year (February 29) women prupose […]
We told you how exquisite fly fishing is here in Utah. DEQ Executive Director Alan Matheson’s passion for fly-fishing lured him to Utah to become the founding director of Trout Unlimited’s Utah Water Project. This essay speaks to us about our love for Utah and the outdoors. Here is an article I came […]
It is already February – an we just have a beautiful new batch of snow. If you have been hesitating booking that vacation now is the time. Our rooms are beautiful and this time of year you can get great rates.
Just to tempt you I am posting a video on Skiing… Why don’t you […]
UTAH COUNTY — Officials at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort want to expand into nearby American Fork Canyon.
The ski area can’t wait to get started, but the proposal has some locals worried.
The expansion’s been 20 years in the making, and would include, two new lift towers on private property owned by the […]
In 2011 Utah had 783 inches of the Greatest Snow on Earth® over a 202 day season.
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I have found a series of video’s explaining the history of Halloween. They are fascination and I know you will enjoy them.
This is the first video – I will be posting video 2 and 3 before Halloween be sure and sign-up to get notification !
If you are a trivia buff you are going to love this article. Here are some interesting facts about Utah that not a lot of people are aware of. I thought it would be fun to post here.
How many do you know??
Utah Facts and Trivia – 50 things you didn’t know about […]
Fantastic snow, comfy accommodations. We enjoyed the spa and fireplace so much – perfect after a long day of skiing.- The Thompson Family - North Carolina