This sure doesn’t feel like Salt Lake City.
My kids had no idea what that meant when I said that as we were strolling the streets of Utah’s capital. They weren’t here decades ago when I saw the old Salt Lake City, a less vibrant and interesting place than the one they were experiencing. Continue reading “Salt Lake City acquires a new taste for adventure. Have a bite.”
Reno, Nev., used to be my favorite road stop on the way to Lake Tahoe. I had a preferred 7-11 service station where I could check the tread on my snow tires and fuel up, an In-N-Out Burger joint, and within a few minutes, I was on my way to some of the world’s best skiing. Continue reading You’ll never believe what I found on the other side of Reno
Look at this photo. How does it make you feel? I’m scared to death. My heart is pounding even as … Continue reading How to get your ski legs back without having a meltdown
One of our favorite things to do in the snow is tubing. And after a full day of lessons at Lake Louise Ski Area the kids were ready for some “down” time — down the tubing chute. Continue reading “Snow fun in Lake Louise”
It’s easy to get lost in Vail. It’s just as easy to find yourself in Keystone.
Here’s how to get turned upside-down at Colorado’s largest mountain resort: Take your whole family skiing, and just try to stay together.
My four-year-old daughter, for example, is a timid skier compared with her brother, a kindergartner. He left her in a billow of powdered snow. Continue reading “Adventures in Colorado’s snow country”