Stay dry...even in a light rain

Originally Published by Outdoor Sports Guide Climbing in St. George By Nick Como Ahhh, the season’s first dusting of snow! Most ski bums along the Wasatch Front get giddy at the prospect of deep powder. Hold on partner; don’t break out the rock skis just yet. Climbing and flip flop season can be extended by […]

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Originally publish by Outdoor Sports Guide By Nick Como Let’s face it: we live in a connected world. For a time, nothing irritated me more than people bringing cell phones along when recreating outdoors. I loathed the guy perpetually yapping on his cell phone about some big business deal at the trailhead. However, since the […]

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Originally Published by Outdoor Sports Guide  Rafting on the Main Salmon River: America’s River of No Return By Nick Como The Main Salmon River is the government name you might find on a map. However, a more often used and apt moniker heard in river-running circles is, “The River of No Return,” derived from the […]

Bar X. Order Here!

Originally Published by Utah Adventure Journal (Early Spring 13 issue) With an endless supply of outdoor endeavors found in Utah, one may tend to be thirsty by the end of the day’s activities. As a fine wine and cut of steak pair best in the right environment, these watering holes will enhance your days sport of […]

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sundance.   Three things, which immediately come to mind when you hear the word are: Redford, art and environment. sundance – the place and experience tends to fit neatly in a box we’ve filed away in our minds about it, reserved mostly as an afterthought. But, this enclave just outside of tightly laced Provo deserves a […]

The old office "view"

Originally blogged by Ski Utah Eat: Powder. Play: Before the Sun comes up and after it goes down. Ramble: Work 9-5, ski the other 18 hours! Working at a ski resort, from a rookie turning screws in a rental shop to a Marketing Director a decade nothing short of an amazing dream come true. I’ve […]

BL Tuse - Cotton Candy.

Originally on the Downtown SLC blog. Eat: Ten courses, which are both art and food. Play: Urban playground Ramble: SLC grows up. I love finding proof that our city is growing up. The latest piece of evidence is between State & Main on 400 S. Once a knife shop, the new Nata Gallery space is […]

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