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Parties held in Utah to view meteor shower
May 24, 2014, 1:34 pm
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Anyone see this?


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SALT LAKE CITY — It’s a meteor shower 200 years in the making. The cosmic fireworks will kick off around midnight and Utahns are already getting ready for the once in a lifetime show–but the weather could be problematic.

Mother Nature could make or break this. If you look to the northern skies, you should be able to see the meteor shower, but no one knows what it will look like, but it’s expected to be magical.

For the first time in history, the Earth will be passing through space dust that’s been accumulating for hundreds of years. The small particles were created from a trail of the 209P Linear Comet.

“What happens is the meteor showers are the product of comets, as they go around the sun they leave a trail of dust behind,” said Carl Hergenrather of NASA.

It’s an atmospheric storm that could produce…

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Less than 2 weeks away!
May 24, 2014, 1:29 pm
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Park City Farmer's Market | Park City, Utah

Park City are you excited yet? We’re less than 2 weeks away from the 2014 Farmer’s Market season grand opening, June 4th!

2 Weeks till the Park City, Utah Farmers Market 2014 season Grand Opening!

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Which Type Of Pool Is Right For You? We Look At The Best Designs For Your Backyard
May 18, 2014, 5:40 am
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Which Type of Pool Is Right for You? We Look at the Best Designs for Your BackyardThe decision to install a pool is generally one that is applauded by at least certain members of the family. Whether you have children or not, however, having a pool at home is certainly something you can enjoy for yourself.

But what if you don’t think your yard is particularly suited to a pool? Don’t rule out the idea just yet; instead, consider some of these different pool designs to suit different sizes and styles of backyards.

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6 Tips to Help Your Yard Stand Out
May 18, 2014, 5:40 am
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Make Your Home Welcoming with Front Yard Landscaping
May 18, 2014, 5:38 am
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Jessica Greving


They say that first impressions are the most important, and when it comes to houses, that is achieved through front yard landscaping. Front yard landscaping and design are the best methods for beautifying your front yard. It doesn’t matter if you have a big or small front yard – there are ways you can beautify any space.

The key to successful landscaping is planning. This phase involves determining the layout you want for your front yard. Among the things you need to take into consideration is the functionality of your front yard. Aside from aesthetic appeal, yards are also often utilized for bike or wheelchair access and car parking. The type of entryway you use is important, so make sure that the layout will not hinder or block the entryway. It is usually better to keep the layout fairly simple for these reasons.

Homeowners may opt for a symmetrical or…

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5 Summer Home Improvement Projects
May 18, 2014, 5:38 am
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5 Summer Home Improvement Projects

By Kimberly Martin on 16 May 2014

Now that the chill of a long spring is finally wearing off and the rain showers are few and far between, homeowners have the chance to do some home improvement work in the warm sun. Many use this time to start a construction project like building a fire pit, constructing a pergola on the deck, or even installing large features like a pool. All of these are excellent choices, of course, and will give your home added beautiful qualities. However, it’s also useful to take advantage of the sunny weather and warm skies to do some “facelift” projects on your home as well—projects that won’t involve building anything new, but will clean up your home and protect it against the rest of the year’s weather and other difficulties. While there’s a long list of projects you can tackle, we’ve listed five quick ones…

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Top Ten Bad Seattle Driving Behaviors
May 10, 2014, 4:27 pm
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Hace mucho calor en Seattle hoy. It’s about 82 degrees outside today, and as a coworker said, everybody’s hitting their brakes because the sun’s in their eyes… just like they do when it starts raining.

In the vein of my Tooling Along in our Motorcars post from several years ago, I formulated a top ten bad Seattle driving behaviors list to channel my ire at the rising tide of vehicular narcissism in this area. I define vehicular narcissism as a “me first” driving mentality that is fueled by oblivion, selfishness, or both. People who practice vehicular narcissism either believe their time is more valuable than other people’s or they just don’t care enough to pay attention when they get behind the wheel.

Buckle up. Here we go.

Bad Seattle Driving Behavior 1: Merging

A great many people around here seem confused about the simple concept of merging. If your lane…

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