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Not Right. Utah received some late season snow on Monday. We actually had several inches in Jeremy Ranch in Park City. This photo of tulips in snow was taken in my front yard in Jeremy Ranch. While the snow is beautiful and we could always use the water, it still doesn't seem right to be getting snow at the end of May. If you are considering a home in Jeremy Ranch or anywhere in Park City (and don't mind freak snow storms any time of the year!), give me a call. Have a great day. (3 comments)
Moose in Park City - 05/24/10 11:14 PM
This was just a few minutes ago ... I was working in the home office when I saw this guy amble into my front yard. I grabbed the camera and stepped out on the deck. I was only 12 feet away from him. Probably not smart to get that close to a moose. But he seemed rather preoccupied.
A moose sighting in Park City isn't all that rare. But it is still awesome every time it happens. (5 comments)
This self portrait was taken against the concrete walkway on Lower Main Street in Park City, Utah. As with most of my photos, it is taken with a simple Canon SD870is. If you are looking for a home on Lower Main Street or a home anywhere in Park City, Utah, let me know. (3 comments)
My First Home - 05/17/10 06:24 PM
This is a true story of how I bought my first home. The year was ... well, let's just say a few years back ... and I was a grad student at the University of Utah. I was living in Salt Lake City at the time when some friends asked if I wanted to drive up to Park City for the afternoon. They were buying a new condo and needed to pick out paint and carpet colors. Having nothing better to do that day (other than homework), I said sure. While we were there, I admired their new place. I went (4 comments)
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