Utah’s One Thing: Josh Cameron Activist/Volunteer/Veteran/The Dude

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At the end of every New Utah interview we like to ask our guests, “What is the one thing that you would tell someone visiting Utah they had to do before leaving?”

Josh Cameron our local activist, political volunteer, veteran and the dude sat down with us for episode 79. Josh told us that his one thing that someone visiting Utah should do before leaving is make sure to enjoy our micro-brews! He said some of the ones to try are Epic, Wasatch, and Uinta. We love that this is an on-going one thing for our guests.

Josh said one of his personal favorites is is Ba-Ba Black Lager from Uinta Brewing!

 

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Utah’s One Thing: Sam Goodwin Tattoo artist Blaque Salt Studio

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At the end of every New Utah Podcast interview we like to ask our guests, “What is the one thing that you would tell someone visiting Utah they had to do before leaving?”

Episode 78 we had “no regerts” with local Utah tattoo artist Sam Goodwin of Blaque Salt Studio! Sam said that his one thing someone should do before leaving Utah is to go to Temple Square… of course. Then he told us that he and his wife love to hike. We loved his suggestion of finding a trail that goes some where! You know, a lake, a river, just something at the end to enjoy! Utah.com always has great lists and their hiking list will get you all over Utah. Click HERE to find more info or click on the picture.

 

Utah.Com 500+ Miles of Hiking Trails

 

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Utah’s One Thing: James Fowler founder of Sugar House Distillery

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At the end of every New Utah interview we like to ask our guests, “What is the one thing that you would tell someone visiting Utah they had to do before leaving?”

While visiting James Fowler, found of Sugar House Distillery, for episode 68 we asked him what his one thing someone visiting Utah should be? James said to visit the Delicate Arch in Moab and hike it. He said that it represents our state. James said, “with visitors every day it is easy to get negative about the laws, but it’s easy to talk about the beauty.

Click on the picture for some great advice if you plan to hike the Delicate Arch in Moab:

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And we are going to add to stop by Sugar House Distillery while you are in town too at  2212 S W Temple #14, Salt Lake City, UT!

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Utah’s One Thing: Trent Hunsaker founder of Death Ray Media

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At the end of every New Utah interview we like to ask our guests, “What is the one thing that you would tell someone visiting Utah they had to do before leaving?”

Utah is a big place and sometimes we like to go outside the Wasatch Front and find amazing people. Episode 67 brought us Trent Hunsaker all the way from northern Utah, aka: Logan. He is the founder of Death Ray Media, host of the Smodcast, host of Show us your Wits, host of Death Ray wrestling podcast and A Part of Him Podcast Network. Trent said the one thing he would tell someone visiting Utah that they had to do before leaving would be to talk to some Mormon Missionaries. Yep, there you have it folks, we never thought we would hear that. However, Trent says that it gives an abrupt and shocking perspective of the culture.

 

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