Should It Be HARDER to Live in Park City?
Days like today are interesting. They are hard.
It’s hard to drive. It’s hard to get to work. It’s hard to shovel. It’s hard for the plows. It’s hard to get your kids to school. It’s hard to get to the slopes. It’s hard.
Yet, from a community perspective, it’s also almost perfect. You can’t yell at Park City or Summit County for the delays in traffic. It’s the weather. You can’t yell at Vail for lack of parking. It’s the weather. About all you can yell at is the minivan who is tailgating you.
Best yet, from a community standpoint, we have a real winter storm happening. This is living in the mountains. We don’t live in Disneyland. It’s not all under our control — or perceived control.
There will be no reports to Animal Control today about human/dog interactions.
No one is complaining about lift lines at Park City.
We’re just all trying to get by.
Maybe harder is better in Park City.
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