A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
Mt. Timpanogos, or "Timp" as it is called locally, is a massive seven-mile long behemoth stretching from the South Salt Lake Valley into Utah County. A view of the mountain was one of the coveted advantages of my north sixth floor office in the Marriott School of Business at BYU. My wife and I always thought the projection about two-thirds down the mountain looked like a cabin or a house. Double click for best view.
First snow came one day later, October 25, than it came last year. I was not happy waking up to see the snow-covered ground. I shoveled snow, slipped on icy walks and streets, and endured cold weather over my lifetime in Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and even Washington, D.C. for a few days in the winter. And now Utah. I am through with snow. As soon as possible, we will head south with the snowbirds to escape the frigid tundra of the north.
I challenge you to find mat paper like the mat in the photo above. It may be a bit too glitzy, but then I have to try out stuff to keep entertained. It certainly took me enough hours to figure out how to do this. Image copyrighted Dwight M. Blood