I didn’t grow up in Utah, which I now call home. The great states of Oklahoma and Georgia hold that distinction.
Earlier this year, Bill Blevins of Draper, Utah captured high dynamic range video of a storm rolling over Utah Lake. You should watch the short clip if you haven’t already.
Erika Wilde of Springville, Utah is a person who utilizes Utah Lake for her athletic training – in the fall, spring, and summer—but this year, she included winter. She has been looking at the lake for 35 years. “It is a great lake and is under appreciated,” she said. “It is a peaceful place that […]
The weather is warming in Utah. Ice is thinning. There’s more sunshine, more birds, and Utah Lake users are taking notice.
Well that escalated quickly! Two years after first publishing a story on winter recreation at Utah Lake, participation has measurably increased this year. The reason: Good ideas are worth sharing.
If you haven’t noticed, it’s been pretty cold these past couple of months.
Arianne Brown of Provo isn’t your typical mother. She has five young children who are extra wiggly during indoor winters, as any parent knows. And she is quite the busy body herself.
Utah Lake continues to attract people to her shores – whether spring, fall, summer, or winter.
Is an abnormally warm winter a problem? Not really, experts say Having lived next to Utah Lake for 10 years, I can’t recall a warmer November and December like we’ve seen thus far. It’s been mostly pleasant, but I gotta admit: Part of me misses the cold of winter. As a result, there’s certainly none […]