Friday, November 21, 2008


Earlier this week I had the opportunity to head back to northern Utah and work with my former company on how to improve one of the departments of my current company. It was definitely beneficial, and should result in more than a few changes.

It was nice getting back to Northern Utah. This time of year there is actually one of my favorites. The air is cool and the town is still sleepy and slow. It’s the time of year that the locals get to be local. Hang out at the double E for breakfast and coffee, hit Davanza’s for a slice at lunch and then on to one of the many great restaurants on main street, no reservations needed, just walk right in. On our last night in town we were able to hit The River Horse and ended up as one of maybe a half dozen tables that I’m sure they had that night. The food was still excellent, and the atmosphere was great. I’m not regretting the move to southern Utah, but I do miss the atmosphere that northern Utah had. I miss its restaurants, its liquor stores and the relaxed pace during the off seasons.

The trip also served as a follow up for the cabinet job at my former property. I was able to verify my measurements and make sure that my ideas for the area will work. So now that that is out of the way it’s into production in a mad rush to get it completed and installed before the 15th of December. Yeah, the next few weeks are going to suck.

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