The Frozen Tundra

No, this post is not about Lambeau Field. I know that might be hard to believe, but it's true. I'm referring to Logan, Utah. Yes, that frozen desert of a wasteland that I've called home for the last two and a half years. Now this is by no means a shot to all those wonderful people who love Logan and have lived here for their entire lives. There are plenty of great things about this place. The snow, however, is not one of those great things.

I am from Houston, Texas. The most snow I've ever seen there was probably when i was seven years old. I remember I was at school and, out of nowhere, my teacher told us to grab our coats and follow her outside. Once we finally walked outside, we saw what amounted to snow flurries. Of course, us kids thought that it was a full on blizzard. We stayed outside for about thirty minutes, staring up into the sky and spinning around in circles. That is my idea of playing in the snow.

All of this was brought on by the eight or so inches of snow that has fallen here in the past day or two. The stark contrast between the two just blows my mind. Living here for almost three years still hasn't done much to acclimatize myself to all the snow that falls here throughout the year. All I know, is that if it is still snowing here come May 1 (like it did last year), I may just have to relocate to Jamaica or the deep jungles of Brazil. Only time will tell on this one.


  1. Amen! The snow is definitely not the best part of Logan!! Glad to hear you're upset by its presence as well!

  2. While I have to agree that the snow in Logan has grown a bit tiresome, after all it is supposed to be spring, it allows us to be appreciative of the warm days we do get.

  3. First off, the picture of the temple is gorgeous. Secondly, if you need to escape somewhere nice and warm, Cali is always waiting. And it is definitely your turn. The score stands Becca:4 Scott:1. You got some catching up to do.

  4. Love your photos, even the snowy Tab. Wish I could teleport to that resort...