We've been back from Utah for about five days, and this is the first chance I've had to blog about it.
It's just one of those semesters.
We saw Logan, Provo, Park City, and Salt Lake City during FD's mini-book-tour in support of Neck of the World.
Utah is gorgeous! Check out my photo journal of our trip on Flickr.
The highlights for me were FD's interview on Utah Public Radio (a dream come true--This American Life, here we come!), FD's reading in Logan, our side-trip to Park City (where the Sundance Film Festival is held), the Butterfly Reading mobile in the Salt Lake City Library (the MOST beautiful library I have EVER seen and maybe my all-time favorite architecture), and dinner at Metropolitan.
Our trip wouldn't have been half as great as it was if not for the company of our fellow Monopoly competitor Mr. Nate!
And I'd like to thank all of those who hosted us, drove us around, or kept us in good company: Susan, Star, Micheal and Sylvia, Micheal, and Hui-Hui.
For more detailed info our trip you can always read my Twitter archive.
All these links should keep you busy for awhile...
[While getting the to This American Life, I saw Ira Glass has a Facebook page.
I so friended him!]