February 22, 2003


Utah - "The Beehive State"

Pfish: "Utah has quite a few natural wonders--my favourite being Arches National Park, the largest concentration of sandstone arches in the world. We also have Zion's National Park, Rainbow Bridge, six or seven top ski resorts, the Sundance Film festival, and the birthplace of me!"

Sgt. Mom: "Utah, with serious, solid mountains: the Wasatch Front! Four seasons, and autumn with the aspens all golden, the most beautiful of them! ZCMI, with the best-stocked kitchenware department of any department store anywhere."

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Posted by Lester on February 22, 2003 11:54 AM

As has been mentioned, Utah has natural wonders to make a person dream for a life time but the natural marvels here are only part of the story.

Utah is full of loving families who are happy to welcome a new face for five minutes or five decades.

Utah is full of marvelous history and long family and community traditions.

Utah is a safe haven for the core values upon which this country was founded.

For all of these reasons and more, Utah is a fantastic place to vist and a wonderful place to live.

Posted by: Tyran on February 23, 2003 10:19 AM

Park City, one of the most beautiful villages in Utah.

Posted by: Robin on February 24, 2003 03:28 AM

here, here, Robin. and just south of Park City you'll find Heber Valley--it's breathtaking. indigo mountains on all sides, aspen trees, and douglas firs. gorgeous stretches of green alfalfa fields in summer, and a blanket of white in winter. (usually) i'm feeling homesick.

Posted by: bran on February 24, 2003 12:09 PM

Bryce Canyon, the kind of place that makes you go through rolls of film like water.

Posted by: Matt McIrvin on February 24, 2003 08:53 PM

Also Bran, East of Heber Valley is the road to Mirror Lake. High in the Uinta Mountains where the air is clean cool and breath taking. also some good fishing.

Posted by: Alteredboy on February 27, 2003 12:07 PM