11-10-16 by dave

High pressure persists over the Wasatch Front, but a sign in the sky a couple of days ago tells me there are changes soon on the way.  In the mean time, this great weather has been a treat with clear skies and very warm temps.  It is always warmest before the storm.  I am holding my visualizations firmly in my mind because ” So Within, So Without”.  Besides as the CHEF always says, ” Remember the Promise Of The Wasatch”,  and he has never been wrong. dsc03123img_20161018_160325460_hdr Speaking of the CHEF, he and Silvye have completed the renovation of  their new bed and breakfast in the historic home built by  Alta Legend Alf Engan, which is  just a couple of miles from the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon in Holladay Ut.  They are calling it Beija Flor.  Here is a shot of the living room which is really a comfortable space.  img_20161018_155945633It has an enormous kitchen area that is perfect for after skiing festivities, and with beautifully appointed bedrooms, it will be a great place to recharge for more fun on the hill.  img_20161021_171118879_hdrThey are starting to take reservations for the coming season at staybeijaflor@gmail.com  or by calling 801 580 3283.  With Silvye’s international cooking and Dave’s gracious hospitality, I know it going to be a great success.  If you are coming out to get the goods, you can’t find a better spot that is so close to all the great areas, as well as excellent restaurants in very close proximity.  Get your reservations early, because it is going to fill up fast.  Here is a shot of The CHEF’s garden that I took last Summer.  img_20161007_160339080While the season rapidly approaches, I am holding on to each day, as once the season begins , it seems like it blows by all too fast.  Syrup Won’t Stop ‘EM!!

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