Hennifer Utah? Do you mean Herriman? then what? The writer did not describe how to get to the trailhead! How far is it from Hennifer? I mean Herriman. What is smelter coal? It comes from trees? Take a hike, for real!
I'd suggest the WFR to anyone looking advanced their medical skills in the outdoors. I completed the Wilderness First Responder course in Costa Rica. It’s a course in medical training, leadership, and critical thinking in low resource situations and built for leaders in remote areas, guides, military, search and rescue teams, researchers, and disaster relief workers. workers.http://survivalgardener.com/2015/04/wilderness-first-responder-course-in-costa-rica/
Trolley Square will be hosting an event as well.
Here's a link to the event details:
We'll be celebrating the 4th of July from the rooftop of Whole Foods at Trolley Square with X96 and FantasyCon. Jon Smith with X96 will be onsite broadcasting live from 7pm-9pm.
--Giveaways through X96
--Free face painting
--Free photo booth
--Food from Blue Pablano
Just a little FYI -- the citizens of Emery County get pretty tired of hearing that the amazing San Rafael Swell is in "Price". All but a tiny portion of it is in EMERY county. NONE of it is located in Carbon County, much less, Price, City.
Sounds like this should be my 1st hike since moving to SLC.
Great article! On either end of the gear spectrum, you can get away with bungee-cording a duffle bag or a backpack to a rear rack just fine, especially if you pack minimally. For fancy stuff, I prefer Ortlieb bags: they're waterproof, durable, and available in a variety of configurations.
For those interested on and off road bike-touring around Salt Lake, check out this meetup group: http://www. meetup. com/SLC-Bicycle-Touring-and-Bikepacking
Actually, the best source to learn everything you need to know about bicycle touring is www. bicycletouringpro. com. It's the best source out there!
Hey, Katherine, nice piece. I'm glad my photo got a second life after it was used in my piece back a few years. Keep on soakin'. Jim
http://www. cityweekly. net/utah/article-217-12007-all-warm-some-naked-utahs-hot-springs. html
Where's the link?
Paddleboard Yoga is now very popular all around the world. This technique is challenging and beneficial also.
http://www. anamayaresort. com
Park City SUP can be reached on Facebook and class schedule is online at www. supstats. com. Come on out and play with us! We offer lessons, tours, rentals, sales, private parties and classes.
we also put on a couple races each summer. Info is at www. pcsupcup. com
Sure miss you and your writing, Wina
Your voice will be missed at CW, but I look forward to seeing what you do next. . .
I "liked" this on my FB and I got 3 "likes" and at least one share! A great article!
This is a wonderful article! This is well written.
Very timely. Good stuff, thanks.
I enjoy this column and its one of the ones I look forward to reading every week. Whoever is hiding behind the name of Anonymous always pops up with a sarcastic comment. Obviously Anonymous has some personal issue going on with the writer, yes?
Is this a reprint from Senior Living?
Great article! Many people try and guess what types of shoes they need, and wonder why they find themselves saying "I can't run". And to Fremont's point, whom I can only assume has jumped on the minimal bandwagon because he read "Born to Run". . . minimal footwear in moderation is a great training tool to add into the mix, but not for everyone.
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