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[Park City / Salt Lake City, UT, Oct 6, 2019] Our flight back to LA was not until 5 pm, so we had an almost full day to explore. We decided to split our time between the mountains in the city. First, we headed east of Park City towards the Uinta Mountain range. The Uinta Mountains are a subrange of the Rocky Mountains and run east-west. Peaks range from 11,000 ft (3,500… Read More

[Park City, UT, Oct 5, 2019] We woke up pretty early on Saturday morning. The bright sunny day almost had us fooled, but we checked the weather and saw that it was only 29F / -2C! That was way too cold, so we stayed in bed until after 10 am! We wanted to do a little hike to get a taste of the fall colors. The list of top 6 day hikes… Read More

Ogden / Park City, UT, Oct 4, 2019] While I was stuck inside working on Friday, B went for a walk along historic 25th street and saw a lot more of it than I did! Cute storefronts, quirky shops and funky bars eventually led him to Union Station. This train station was the junction of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads and its name reflects the common appellation of train stations… Read More

[Ogden, UT, Oct 2-3, 2019] A work trip for the professional organization I am on the board of brought me to the small town of Ogden, UT – population 85,000. It was the first permanent settlement by people of European descent in Utah and was established in 1846. Up until the 1980s, Ogden was the second-largest city in Utah after Salt Lake City and as such has many historic buildings. Right next… Read More

[Portland, OR, Jul 6, 2019] On the last day of my trip, I finally had a chance to hang out in Portland proper. First order of the day was a visit to an ex-coworker of mine who moved here in 2015. Her house is perched up on a hill next to Pittock mansion, so after catching up with her, I headed there. The Pittock Mansion was built in 1914 by the Pittock… Read More