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Author: Casey Lane

Casey Lane is a Southern California transplant based in Park City, where she is a freelance writer. When she's not enticing visitors to savor the nooks and crannies of her small town she is a home chef, skier, an avid mountain biker, and spin instructor. She is mom to two cats and one tiny pup who is also the star of her LGBT children's books, Lucky Love. Follow her adventures in words and woods @bycaseylane.

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Enjoy Park City's "Last Friday" Gallery Stroll

September 14, 2020 by Casey Lane

The Last Friday Gallery Stroll in Park City remains one of a handful of free year-round activities in this seasonal town, welcoming locals and visitors dressed for either summer or snow, and with a range of artists and artwork with just as vast an influence.

Bill White Restaurant Group: Community Focused Ethically Grown

August 25, 2020 by Casey Lane

The Bill White Restaurant Group boasts eight restaurants in Summit County and an employee roster of over 400, making it the largest independent restaurant group in Utah. After 30 years of serving locals and tourists, we were hungry to find out more about what makes the BWRG an integral part of the Park City economy. Fortunately, Beth Rossi, Communications and Programs Director for Bill White Restaurants, Farms, and Ranches was ready to dish. 

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Park City Sailing is Catching Wind with their Adult and Jr.'s Lessons

July 21, 2020 by Casey Lane

Mooring, Dingy, Laser, fleet, match, Guppy, and Whaler - words that mean little on land, yet across the six square miles of water that make up the Jordanelle Reservoir, just east of Deer Valley, these words come to life. Seamanship seems, whether in the ocean or right here in Park City, has a language all its own. 

Wayfinding on Pathway Trails and Summit Bike Share

July 2, 2020 by Casey Lane

Over the years Park City’s single-track has become the resident star of summer, thrilling hikers and mountain bikers through successive switchbacks, challenging terrain, and groves of glittering Aspens. But for those who are looking for a way to take in our town’s extensive network of connected trails without padded gloves, shorts, or specialized shoes, the paved pathway system, either on foot or with the help of Summit Bike Share’s extensive fleet of electric bikes, has been upgraded to guide locals and visitors from Kimball Junction to Deer Valley, and everywhere in between. 

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