People ask us WHY are we moving from California to Park City, Utah. This video illustrates the answers better than anything I could write…take the tour and come visit beginning summer of 2015!
Peter Yarrow is one-third of the famous folk trio, Peter Paul & Mary. I’ve been a fan since the sixties when I attended a concert of theirs at The Hollywood Bowl. That concert was my first date ever. I was a young 15-year-old going out with a mature 16-year-old. I spent the entire concert working up the courage to put my arm around her shoulders as we sat, side by side, singing along to “Blowin’ in the Wind” and “If I Had a Hammer.”
The ski season ended April 20, 2014 at Park City Mountain. It was beautiful and this is me skiing from the top of the resort – in two takes – through two mogul fields and having a great last run of the season…come along for the ride!
Peter Yarrow, of Peter, Paul & Mary, performed for two nights at The Egyptian Theatre on Main Street in Park City, Utah. This folk singing legend entertained each night for nearly three hours. He’s almost 76 and his spirit is as infectious and joyful as ever. Each night he closed the first half by inviting members of the audience on stage to join him in singing “Puff the Magic Dragon.” Here’s a bird’s eye view as I went on stage on night two. He gave permission to video and post the event – after all, he wrote the song – but I still cut the video in no more than 14-15 second pieces so as not to get dinged by YouTube – hopefully, I succeeded!
We are moving to Park City, Utah in the summer of 2015. Here’s a 360 degree view of our lot with the foundation just being poured, and the incredible views up at the Promontory development. Can’t wait. Come and visit!
Snowbird is an awesome ski resort in Utah. They have a tunnel to take you through one mountain to the other side and it’s a kick – check it out!
Park City, Utah probably “grew” more Winter Olympics competitors and champions than any other place in the world. And, on Saturday April 5, 2014 they had a parade to honor and celebrate the great athletes such as Sage Kotzenburg, Ted Ligety, the Wilson Brothers, and Joss Christensen. Oh, and there was an appearance by the legendary Stein Eriksen, too!