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November 2009

Found 3 blog entries for November 2009.

This was just released by Snowbasin. I was at the resort on Thursday and it isn't looking so great. But have faith, Snowbasin will get lots of snow! I BELIEVE.

Wolf Mountain is open, bunny hill only. So, there is skiing to be done! My husband managed to get some skinning at Powder last Sunday after the storm. He had some great runs on north facing slopes. Welcome winter!

See you on the slopes!

Brandi

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SNOWBASIN TO OFFICIALLY OPEN ON THANKSGIVING DAY

SNOWBASIN, Utah (November 24, 2009) - Snowbasin announced today that they will open as planned on November 26th. Needles Express Gondola and Littlecat Express Quad will be in operation beginning at 9am on Thanksgiving. Mountain Manager,

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So I have not read the book, Bargaining for Eden, as of yet, but Scott Trimble has written a story of the struggles over land and it is focused on the land swap between Earl Holding and Forest Service for Snowbasin. I will make more comments once I have read it but from what I have read in reviews and been told so far, the book appears to be a balanced view of preservation of land and open space versus development the rights to do such.

Here is a very important point, conservation easements and who holds them is critical. I am not sure if this is actually addressed or not in the book, but had a third party (non-political) possessed a conservation easement, the land could have not been developed.

Just a note, anything can be developed with a change in

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It has been a long time coming, but finally I have committed to creating and maintaining a blog with topics relating to real estate, the market, the lifestyle we represent and well, since it is a blog, anything else I fancy.

So where to begin, as with all things, change is here. It is snowing in beautiful Eden, Utah right now signifying a new season, my favorite season, and the creeping end to a long recession. Yes, this is my optimism speaking, which is innate.

I recently attended a meeting with three panelists including Juliette Tennert who manages and analyzes economic, demographic and fiscal data to the state government. In the discussion was unemployment, which Utah is still substantially behind the national average, new home starts which are

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