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4 Full Seasons - 3/9/2010
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Todd
Park City, UT

Utah has it all. Beautiful Spring, Nice Warm Summer, Very colorful Fall and Snow Covered Mountains in the Winter.

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Craig
South Jordan, UT

Plenty of outdoor activities - 7/28/2014

There are a lot of places for outdoor types in Utah and the seasons make nearly every outdoor activity possible.

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Jake
West Jordan, UT

People - 4/7/2014

The people here are always so nice!

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Noa
Saint George, UT

Live Long Time - 2/13/2014

The culture here is amazing. Everyone around here are close and basically know each other. Not to say that there aren't problems, but it's still really nice. There are so many activities and possibilities here, from rock-wall climbing to boating. Hiking and outdoor activities are almost limitless. With Zions just down the road a ways, to all of the history of St. George itself.

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Tamara
Sandy, UT

Cost of living great - 2/3/2014

Cost of living is great. People are nice. The air quality is bad.

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Tamara
Sandy, UT

Air quality biggest problem - 2/3/2014

Nice place to live except air quality is bad.

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Isabell
Washington, UT

Where we live - 1/5/2014

We just moved to Florida and really don't have an opinion yet...people seem nice and friendly to us. We moved from southern Utah where it's sunny most of the time. We have beautiful Zion National park. The weather is beautiful most of the time... Even when we get hot heat, we are not to bothered by it because we all have air conditioning...It's mild winters except this last Christmas and it was bad In the whole country. If you are taking a vacation,spring is the best time but any time is good. look up Zion National Park and you will see what I mean.

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James
Midvale, UT

Outdoor Recreation - 10/9/2013

My review addresses outdoor recreation only. Utah is unique in the USA for its access to diverse terrains and activities. A relatively short drive from Salt Lake City will offer desert, mountains, rivers, and lakes. There are 21 national parks and 40 state parks. It is sixth in the US for boating which surprises people since it is a high desert state. Hiking in Utah is fantastic as is the all terrain vehicle and horseback riding. The opportunity for camping is abundant as is the free camping in the many undeveloped areas. You can even go river rafting. Then there is the skiing. There are three things to remember about skiing in Utah. It snows early, it snows often, and it snows powder. All in all Utah is the ultimate outdoor recreation location.

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Sarah
Pompano Beach, FL

Beyond Stereotypes - 9/4/2013

I am not a mormon and I absolutely love Utah.I find all the stereotypes and criticism people say about mormons offensive and not always accurate.I am currently a student at Utah State University and I have made Many friends so far. Many of them are mormon, but they are all nice, overall open minded and very accepting. Many of them are more accepting and open minded than many of my peers back home. Also one of my uncles married a lady who is LDS and she is super caring and open minded and non judgemental and very welcoming. There are probably some close minded, brainwashing and judgemental LDS folks, but that's the same with all people, Mormon or not. I find everyone's bigotry and judgement against mormons very offensive and close minded.

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Sarah
Pompano Beach, FL

Beyond Stereotypes - 9/4/2013

I am not a mormon and I absolutely love Utah.I find all the stereotypes and criticism people say about mormons offensive and not always accurate.I am currently a student at Utah State University and I have made Many friends so far. Many of them are mormon, but they are all nice, overall open minded and very accepting. Many of them are more accepting and open minded than many of my peers back home. Also one of my uncles married a lady who is LDS and she is super caring and open minded and non judgemental and very welcoming. There are probably some close minded, brainwashing and judgemental LDS folks, but that's the same with all people, Mormon or not. I find everyone's bigotry and judgement against mormons very offensive and close minded.

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Juan
Salt Lake City, UT

SLC - 6/20/2013

Salt Lake City is a budding liberal enclave amongst the red. Our city is constantly fighting for our logic based values to enhance the quality of life in our state.

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Luke
West Jordan, UT

Mormons Suck!!! - 2/27/2013

Hello, my name is Luke, and I have to share some experiences I had living in Utah as a person. When I first came here, the first thing I noticed how much I hated Mormons, here are my top 5 reasons 1) Mormons are too nice and too accepting, they are always smiling and waving and being happy and friendly to everyone, they should be in a DR Suess Book!!! 2) Mormons donate time and money to non profit organizations and other humanitarian aids throughout the state, country, and world. Who do they think they are??? They think their soooo cool helping other people!!!! 3) Mormons live longer because they don't smoke, drink, do drugs, kill people, etc... Which means they will have longer healthier lives, are they trying to make us look bad????? 4) Mormons don't lie, steal, or cheat!! Which makes all of us who do look even worse!! And all of us who make money doing those things don't get accepted in society. 5) Mormons keep trying to tell me how happy they are and how their religion helps them and how I should read their book and come to church with them!!! Gosh, don't they know that i hate being happy?!?!!?! I am perfectly fine living in my pit of agony!!! That's why I hate Mormons, and that's why I hate Utah!!!

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Baby2000
Woods Cross, UT

Not a Good Place to Raise Kids - 7/11/2012

The greater Salt Lake City area is a poor place to raise kids as there are too many hazards here: 1.) The smog is bad, and absolutely horrible in the winter months. (and I lived in Los Angeles for many years before coming here). It is bad for their little developing lungs. 2.) The drivers are extremely rude. They will cut you off even if you are right in the way. The probability of a little one being hurt in an automobile accident is very high. The traffic police here only give tickets for speeding. Any other infraction is ignored. Although the "De-Facto" speed limit on the freeways here is 80 MPH. 3.) It is extremely crowded here, and people walk in the streets even if there is a sidewalk. 4.) You will literally live right on top of a major earthquake fault line. 5.) While other states try to keep fireworks safe, Utah recently enacted a law to make it legal for citizens to have powerful arial fireworks for a whole month straight. 6.) There are plenty of oil refineries around here polluting the air, and occasionally one explodes and damages a few houses nearby. 7.) There are more smaller things that make this place irritating.

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Lele

Best place for retirees - 7/11/2012

St. Croix, US Virgin Islands is so far the best place for retirees. The people are warm and still practice old good family values and very respectful. Climate is hot April to July, afterwhich we experience rain falls that last for only 20 minutes. Green mountains and clear blue seas. The air is clean. Driving around will only take you 20 mins and you are home. Peaceful, quiet, clean air, slow paced lifestyle.

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Chris
Lehi, UT

What recession? - 4/5/2012

Utah has been growing through the recession, especially in the tech industry. Adobe is building a large new facility right in my back yard. Twitter is building a data center here. And as scary as it sounds, the NSA is building a huge telecommunications "listening post." that will employ 15,000 people. Why all the growth when so many other places have been faced with a huge recession? Utah is business friendly. It has a high percentage of college graduates, and the highest per capita multi-lingual population in the country.

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Burt
Salt Lake City, UT

Utah - This is the Place! - 3/13/2012

I may be biased, because I was born and lived most of my life here (except for a few years in Texas and Alaska), but Utah is a great place to live. Very family friendly and fairly affordable. If you like the outdoors, it is a wonderful place to be. Hiking and skiing in the mountains and Boating on several lakes. Hunting is a very big thing here also. I am glad to live here.

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Bp
Salt Lake City, UT

I love living in Salt Lake City Utah - 1/16/2012

I love living in Salt Lake City, Ut. I have the best of everything around me. I live within a 30 minute drive of the airport on a bad traffic day. If i choose to live in the mountains it is still a 30 minute drive. I have the mountains 30 minutes away to go hiking and skiing. In the summer I have 4 lakes within 1 hour of my home. It is safe and just a great place to live.

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James
Salt Lake City, UT

Great place for recreation, strange culture. - 11/8/2011

Salt Lake City and Utah in general offers many recreational opportunities. The most famous is the snow skiing in the winter with many resorts to choose from and we are told "the greatest snow on earth". The geography is impressive from alpine forests in breathtaking mountains to awe inspiring desert scenery with arches and dramatic formations. The culture and politics are primarily LDS and conservative. The Mormon church is pervasive and ubiquitous. There are very few elected officials that are not LDS. Salt Lake City tends to be more progressive than the rest of the state, but the state legislature has passed some weird liquor laws and the state controls the distribution and sale of liquor and wine. You can buy 3.2% beer in the grocery store but that's it. They recently passed laws saying mixed drinks in a restaurant must be prepared out of sight of the customers. Some national chain restaurants are now saying they will not open new outlets in Utah because this requirement adds too much to the cost of construction.

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Harrison
St. George, UT

Climate in Utah - 9/23/2011

Very hot.

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Hayden
St. George, UT

Culture and Recreation - 8/24/2011

There are very good golfers and we golf all year here.

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Hayden
St. George, UT

Culture and Recreation - 8/24/2011

There are very good golfers and we golf all year here.

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