- Dec 17, 2013
St. George is not a good representation of how the State is these days, not sure it ever was. SLC has a remarkable LGBQT community, music scene, now has 5.0 beer in grocery stores, Medical herb and it a gateway and hub to all things recreational. Still, the conservative culture is whacked. I just stay in my circle and ignore the Churchislature and whatnot if I can. My neighborhood is like the UN diversity wise but some areas certainly do resemble Idaho who is constantly making Utah look good.Yeah, if you still lived in Mesquite I'd come on by, I am on 1-15 a few times a year heading to San Diego and back.Yes, but the plus is being on the Nevada border. Nearly every license plate at the "store" in Mesquite was from Utah. Too bad I don't still live there. We could go shoot some landscapes together over a "campfire". I must confess, I have lived all over the country and Utah has a very strange culture. Appreciate you! lol I used to work out of St. George. There are two things I miss... 1. Wide open desert where one could be completely alone. 2. Chuck-a Rama. Well, and the "store". The white t-shirts were always an easy signal, but I always wanted to see what the women were wearing under there. Must be magical.
I once did a real estate shoot for a Bishop. Once we were alone he cussed like a sailor.