Buckley coaches Jana Daley and Jenny Maxwell were leading on-site presentation training in Salt Lake City so, travel enthusiasts that they are, they left early the morning before and used every spare moment to see the sights.
Got a few hours in the Salt Lake City area to enjoy yourself? Here are some things they discovered:
Jenny: “Just off the main street of Park City. We had lunch here and loved it all, especially the burger.”
Jana: “Walk in and look around. It’s stunning, a former schoolhouse converted into an inn. Would love to stay here sometime.”
Guardsman Pass Road (closed in winter)
Jenny: “A fun, twisty drive over the mountains—views, snowy patches, and some scary curves. Easy to see why it’s closed in winter.”
Jana: “Unpretentious and beautiful. I'm thinking of coming back here with the whole family to ski.”
Jenny: “Amazing to finally see these golden trees and really experience what's meant by 'quaking Aspens.' Gorgeous drive, would love to spend more time here.”
Jana: “Such a cool business, outdoor gear with a mission. We bought souvenir t-shirts here and got to chat with the staff about how they work.”
Jenny: “I stopped traffic in a not-great way trying to cross the street using one of these safety flags. Love the idea but didn’t quite grasp the concept: It’s not a license to cross at will. You still have to walk with the light. Oops.”
Jenny: “Happened on this walk one morning while getting a little exercise—takes you through Salt Lake City’s history, including the red light district.
Jana: “Of course, you can't come to Salt Lake City and not see these.”
Jenny: “I confess. I was here twice a day for the awesome baked goods and charming vibe.”
Jana: “Beautifully done. Good coffee. Great find.”
Jenny: “Lots of local beers to choose from everywhere we went, but this one was our favorite.”
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