Tag: winter

Environmentalist skier

I would like to think that I am a fairly considerate environmentalist. I try to eat local and organic as much as possible, I buy primarily used clothing and furniture, and up until the last few years I forwent owning a vehicle, electing instead to depend on public transit and my 1989 Diamondback bike as

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Inversion in July not as fun as Christmas in July

I am a summer baby, through and through. July is my favorite month. Comfortably cushioned between June and August, the temperature is reliably warm, the sky is consistently blue, and the days are perfectly long. Contrast that with my least favorite month, January–one giant, holiday hangover. The temperature is dreadfully cold, the sky is unfortunately

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Better UTAH Beat Episode 33 – January 22, 2013

The following is the transcript from this week’s Better UTAH Beat that aired on January 22, 2013. ——- Last week Northern Utahns experienced a string of bad air days that left many coughing and wheezing, unable to go outdoors. Such symptoms and restrictions are usually limited to the very old and very young, but on

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