A Gem in the Sands of Sameness

There is a stunning contrast to many spaces in Utah, one of the fastest growing states in the country. The valleys are filling up with track housing and strip malls like sand flowing free from an hourglass. The wilderness, of which there is more here […]

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A Gem in the Sands of Sameness

There is a stunning contrast to many spaces in Utah, one of the fastest growing states in the country. The valleys are filling up with track housing and strip malls like sand flowing free from an hourglass. The wilderness, of which there is more here […]

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Speaking of beer

Readers might forgive my subjectivity when it comes to local beer tasting thus far. My favorites come from Uinta Brewing Company, founded by fellow Mainer, Will Hamill. Hamill grew up in Falmouth and his family still has a place in Harpswell. He first came to […]

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Speaking of beer

Readers might forgive my subjectivity when it comes to local beer tasting thus far. My favorites come from Uinta Brewing Company, founded by fellow Mainer, Will Hamill. Hamill grew up in Falmouth and his family still has a place in Harpswell. He first came to […]

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Daypack and Saddlebag Must Haves

No doubt moving makes you appreciate what’s left behind. Sure, I love Utah. But where’s my Slipstream granola and Eco Lips lip balm? Two great products for day packs and saddlebags. I stumbled across both Iowa products while cruising farmer’s markets and reading local papers […]

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Adjusting to a younger scene

It won’t be the old folks running you off the road or scooting ahead of you in the grocery line. It’ll be the teenagers. That’s the deal when you move from the oldest state in the country to the youngest one (according to the most […]

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Maine girl moves West

I was born and raised on the coast of Maine. The ocean was a given. We swam in it, sailed on it, clammed it, fished it, even hopped its icebergs during the coldest winters. Then I left home. When I came back years later, I […]

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Maine girl moves West

I was born and raised on the coast of Maine. The ocean was a given. We swam in it, sailed on it, clammed it, fished it, even hopped its icebergs during the coldest winters. Then I left home. When I came back years later, I […]

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