Viewing posts by Jill Adler

Dec 28th 2010

One Million To The Utah Food Bank??

Help raise cash for the Utah Food Bank but act fast! Walmart has $1 million to hand out to the neediest city and right now we're number two behind Fresno, Calif. The contest hit the streets in May with a decry by Walmart and the Walmart Foundation to spread $2 billion in cash and in-kind treats to help end hunger by 2015. It all ends December 31. Read More

Dec 24th 2010

A Little Birdy To Forecast Your Ski Conditions

Someone stole the closure signs near Kessler Peak forcing control work delays. A soft slab broke loose in Snake Creek, spreading 500' wide and 20" deep before settling 700' below. Those were the notes that blipped across my HTC TouchPro2. Read More

Dec 24th 2010

Movie Deals, Night Skiing and Torchlight Parades

Christmas Eve Day. The sun is finally out but the skiing is a bit thick and/or crowded depending on where you go and if you prefer off-piste like me. Maybe it's a movie day with the 4-year-old before we take in the torchlight parade at Park City Mountain Resort? Read More

Dec 18th 2010

Chairity and Heli-Ski Kick Off Park City's Winter

Hoo, Lordy! What a weekend and it's not even Saturday. We strolled into Park City's High West Distillery on Thursday eve for a subtle soiree thrown by Epiquest. The heli-ski outfitter wanted to introduce us to their operation with an open bar, mouthwatering chili and bacon-wrapped shrimp, raclette, duck crepes, and a slideshow presentation. Read More

Dec 13th 2010

Winter Packing Tips

Never fails. The night before your trip, you stand in front of your closet wondering, "What do I bring??" You've checked the weather report and it calls for snow and 30-degree temps, so with that information let's get cracking. Read More


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