12 Reasons To Not Buy A Short Sale

Let Short Sales Become Bank Owned

1) Sellers Paid Too Much Despite the bank taking a loss, there is little to no equity in the property for the new buyer. The buyer loses a chance at gaining equity because the bank has taken a loss even greater than what the seller was short. The bank has to approve a price that allows for … [Read more...]

Happiness is Free

Snowshoe

Wasatch Mountain State Park in Midway is holding a free snowshoeing walk Feb. 26. A park naturalist will lead a tour to discover the mini and unexpected wildlife of winter. Despite the cold and snow, there are insects to be found. Meet the naturalist at the main building at 10 a.m. for the … [Read more...]

Salt Lake City Main Library

Salt Lake City Library

Wow!  What an inspiration to read a book.  The views, the shops, people watching at its best in the Salt Lake City. With more than 500,000 books and other materials, the six-story library features a curving, walkable wall embracing the public plaza, with shops and services at ground level, … [Read more...]

WELCOME TO GURU’S CAFE!

Guru's Cafe Provo Utah

If you want to try something fresh and off the national chain food circuit, try Guru's Cafe in Provo, UT. I like this restaurant because they GUARANTEE Happiness! (It says this on their website...and yes, I was happy when I went there.) I had their Southwest Chipotle sandwich wrap, made with … [Read more...]

Public Ice Skating @ Utah Olympic Oval

Ice Skating in Kearns Utah

The Skinny With courses ranging in length from 500 to 10,000 meters, speed skating is a test of speed and endurance. And, with the introduction of the new Klap Skate and its hinged blades, top possible speeds are faster than ever. The Olympic Oval is open for public skating and offers … [Read more...]

Big Breakfast Up Big Cottonwood Canyon Utah

big cottonwood canyon bed and breakfast

My friend and I rode first chair at Brighton Ski Resort. What a happy place to be.  Only 28 minutes from my door to the quad chair.  You might think that I am going to tell you about how epic the skiing was.  It was awesome...But, we are spoiled with an amazing 250+ inches of snow this season!  … [Read more...]

Always Sunny Up Top

Wow...once we were 10,000 feet up...the sun was shining... … [Read more...]

Best Garlic Burgers in a Scenic Wonderland

Award-winning garlic burgers set this classic tavern apart from all other wannabes. The Cotton Bottom (open for more than 50 years) is the place where active folks gather to wind down after a day of skiing, hiking or any other adventure enhanced by Utah's great outdoors. Come in for a pitcher and … [Read more...]

Learn to cook and have fun doing it!

The Viking Cooking School may be the most enjoyable school on earth - even the homework is fun. From the novice to the experienced cook, over 70,000 students including kids, moms and dads, business professionals, and others come alone, or together with friends, to attend our classes each year. If … [Read more...]

Avalanche (Women's) Prep Class at REI –FREE Wed., Dec. 8, 2010 – 6:00pm

Bring your girlfriends, your mothers, your daughters. Bring any questions you’ve ever had about avalanches, and maybe a notepad to write down the answers! Start: 12/08/2010 - 6:00pm End: 12/08/2010 - 8:00pm Class Date: Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 6:00pm Class … [Read more...]