Saturday, January 31, 2009


I'm finally starting to feel like I live here and realizing what it means to be a Parkite. For starters, there is always something to do. Whether it be skiing, snow shoeing, snowmobiling or other various seasonal sports, shopping or just walking up and down Main Street with no purpose in mind, dining dance and whatever else you can imagine... Sundance was quite the experience, parking was impossible which made the whole experience just annoying. But where else can you see so many celebrities in such a confinded area roaming the streets like anyone else??

Here is a list of ten things I've learned about this town:

1. 23 degree's is warm
2. This town is full of drunks
3. The majority of people that vacation here are pretentious and have a false sense of entitlement
4. The cops like it when you stop at stop signs...
5. -23 is grounds for turning on the heat
6. Mountain people are the nicest types
7. Four wheel drive is as necessary as toliet paper
8. Roadkill is a frequest sighting
9. The air is thin and crisp and clean (no inversion)
10. I love it here.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Christmas, My birthday, a new year and cold, cold, cold.

I still suck at this. But lets give a brief overview of what has happened in the mountain town of Park City

Christmas was uneventful. I worked Christmas eve night at Ciseros, Christmas morning at the Marriott, Christmas night at Ciseros. You get it. That was my Christmas. Below is a picture of my hotel... pretty isn't it?

My birthday I went skiing at the Canyons, and had sushi with Teeny and Rocky at Ahh Sushi (half price sushi rocks!!) This is the resort that I have my season pass at. It's very big so its easy to find runs where I am the only one there! Talk about solitude!

The new year I worked. are we surprised??

Sundance begins this week and its gonna be great and exhausting between the two jobs. I'll take some cool pictures of that too!!

Oh and its been freezing, I mean like -6 during the day and it got to be about -23 at my house two nights in a row... Brrrr!!!!

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