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Second Try Success

K and I were finally able to take our second hike of the year.  In years past we would have already accomplished several hikes by the end of April, but between being sick, M visiting for Spring Break and the cold, wet, rainy/snowy weather of the last few weeks we’ve only managed 1 hike before yesterday.   1,040 more words

Outdoors Love

Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve helps Utah students get hands-on with nature

GREAT SALT LAKE — On the far west side of Layton there’s a nature preserve that’s free and open to the public, and it’s helping to educate future scientists. 246 more words


Above average snowpack lifts water levels, boaters' spirits at Great Salt Lake

GREAT SALT LAKE, Utah — Water levels at the Great Salt Lake are the highest they’ve been in six years, and it’s because of all the snow northern Utah received over the winter. 293 more words


Dusty conditions at Great Salt Lake could impact air, water quality along Wasatch Front

SALT LAKE – Dry lakebed conditions at the Great Salt Lake have the potential to dramatically affect air and water quality along the Wasatch Front. 427 more words


Pearls from artists* # 240

* an ongoing series of quotations – mostly from artists, to artists – that offers wisdom, inspiration, and advice for the sometimes lonely road we are on. 119 more words

An Artist's Life

March 17, 1804: Is That a Shillelagh in Your Pocket?

Today is St. Patrick’s Day, a major holiday for the Irish and for non-Irish hangers on who just want to drink green beer. There is precious little celebration of jolly old St. 289 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

The Lake Effect: "The Greatest Snow On Earth®" Is In Utah

You might have heard that Utah has “The Greatest Snow on Earth®.” You might have also seen it written on the state’s license plates. It is even copyrighted by the state. 270 more words

Jonathan Schrag BYU