There are so many things I love about this time of year: the colors, the chilled air, the closet full of fleece, the prospect of pumpkin… It’s just such a wonderful time to celebrate!
And speaking of celebrating, my “Desert Door” image is featured on FILE Magazine’s homepage! Click and visit! I’m sure it won’t last long!
If you’re ever in the neighborhood of Garden City, Utah, about three hours north of Salt Lake City, stop by the Holey Cow for coffee and fresh made-to-order donuts at Bear Lake’s only coffee shop. Oh, and while you’re there, look at the walls. My work will be hanging there beginning Sunday, October 8. Whoopee! But seriously, go for the donuts!
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Monday, September 18, 2006
Fall colors in Logan Canyon
If you visited northern Utah yesterday, you may have thought it was winter. A cold storm brought heaps of early snow to our full-of-fall-color mountains over the weekend and to celebrate, Travis and I went hiking in Logan Canyon. We intended on hiking the 3.8 miles to White Pine Lake but soon found ourselves in six inches of snow. There were icicles dangling and dripping from the pines, giant cow hoof prints all up and down the mud and snow-covered trail and a beautiful white blanket draped over everything. A snowball fight ensued, my socks got soaked with slushy mud and we wore gloves and beanies in mid-September. What more could we ask for?
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