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Take Picture, It lasts longer

  • Posted On: 5/22/15 at 09:09 AM
Guest blogger Gene Sweeney shares picture taking tips from his 40 years in the business. Practice these new found skills on a scenic drive up the mountains.

All Things Pumpkin

  • Posted On: 10/3/14 at 10:00 AM
  • Category: Things to Do, Upcoming Events
What's more iconic in the fall than the pumpkin? This weeks post has a particularly poignant pumpkin push. From treats to activities, peruse this pumpkin pride inspired post.

Why Not Take the Scenic Route?

  • Posted On: 7/11/14 at 10:07 AM
  • Category: Things to Do
When given the option many prefer the quickest route. But here are few reasons to slow down and take a scenic ride from Midway to Park City over Guardsman Pass.

Taking a ride in History

  • Posted On: 6/11/14 at 12:31 PM
  • Category: Things to Do, Upcoming Events
It's not every day a piece of WWII history makes it's way to Heber Valley. The B-25 Bomber "Maid in the Shade" is here in town until June 16th. Read about one our colleagues experience in this legendary plane of yesteryear.

A Fall Drive up Guardsman Pass

  • Posted On: 9/12/13 at 10:30 AM
  • Category: Things to Do
This is my favorite time of the year—the air is getting cooler, the mornings are crisp, there are pleasant rainstorms, but things haven’t started to freeze or frost over yet; it’s time to bring out the sweaters and boots and starting enjoying soups and stews. Of course no autumn in Utah is complete without the gorgeous fall foliage. Last year I found my favorite place in the Heber Valley to admire the colors—Guardsman Pass.