Here in Utah, we have some absolutely incredible skiing. Our powdery snow is world-famous, and we’re lucky to play in it (as the many tourists from all over the globe constantly remind us). And we do play in it. All. Winter. Long. But to be honest, all the long months of cold, cold weather and the piles of slush and snow get kind of old and tiresome.
By April, we Utahns are ready to pack away our skis and hit the slopes in hiking boots. Every April it warms up beautifully for a week or so… and then it snows. Again. But by the end of April, Mother Nature usually gets serious about bringing on spring. How do we know when it’s safe to pack away our mittens and parkas? Because we see the signs of spring, of course. Read More