Glen Canyon is a true paradise for nature lovers from all walks of life; there really is something for everyone. Whether you’re a geologist, a biologist, an anthropologist or just a regular visitor, it’s pretty much guaranteed you’ll enjoy the splendor Glen Canyon has to offer. But at this majestic site, it really pays to [...]
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Land mines © neilrickards At the top of things not to pack in your luggage: land mines. Apparently not everyone got the memo. Multiple flights were delayed after four inert land mines were found in luggage at Salt Lake City International Airport. Transportation Security Officials say Friday the land mines were found in luggage last [...]
Up House © Cea. The city of Herriman, a suburban of Salt Lake City, has seen a surge in tourists since its replica of the house in the Pixar movie “Up” opened to the public. The multi-colored house is belongs to Beangerter Homes, and since it opened this summer, an estimated 27,000 visitors have come [...]
“Swinglining” is like bungee jumping, but better (or worse, depending on your particular predilections). It’s equal parts crazy … and awesome: I’m getting vertigo just watching this.
Add 1 couch or recliner, 1 pair of skis and a host of willing (if absent-minded) participants and you’ve got a recipe for “skouching” … and plenty of B-roll footage for the next Jackass movie. “Why?”, you might ask. Why not?
When Napoleon Dynamite director Jared Hess was asked to produce a line of ads for the Utah State Fair, I’m not sure these are what the marketing folks had in mind: Evidently, sexy pigs and suggestive, sugar coated funnel cakes aren’t quite the image that Utah wants to portray for their beloved State Fair. Prudes, [...]
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