Park City Powder

Posted by on November 18, 2009 at 7:30 pm :: No Comments

Last week I had to go to Park City on business. Jason decided to tag along and we made an overnight outing of it. A snowstorm hit Park City about the same time we did and the landscape was quickly transformed into a powdery wonderland. It may be my boarder’s biasness, but I think that’s the way Park City is meant to be experienced, under a violet sky filled with softly descending flakes.

I had to run outside in the morning, after the storm, and make a few snowballs.

I had to run outside in the morning, after the storm, and make a few snowballs. (I promptly threw them at Jason.)

We stayed at the Hotel Park City. It was beautiful and the staff was very accommodating. I would recommend it to anyone looking to getaway. Our room had a balcony and fireplace. Ahhh…relaxing. It probably would have been more relaxing if we hadn’t spent so much time shopping but I couldn’t resist a little “Christmas” shopping. Okay, okay…I bought more stuff for myself than I did for anyone else but I did purchase a few things for some of the people on my list. So there!

After making a few snowballs I was eager to warm my hands up by the fireplace in our room.

After making a few snowballs I was eager to warm my hands up by the fireplace in our room.

It was a nice mini-break from our daily routines. A bit more powder, enough to make some sweet boarding possible, is the only thing that could have brought the excursion closer to perfection.

All the resorts in Park City were busy making snow. Everywhere you looked on the mountains you'd see puffs of

All the resorts in Park City were busy making snow. Everywhere you looked on the mountains you'd see snow machines erupting like geysers.

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