The “Classic American Summer” conjures up visions of small-town fireworks, rodeos, kids riding bikes in parades, drive-in movies and eating shakes at the local burger joint. This version of summer doesn’t exist only in truck commercials or John Cougar Mellencamp songs, though. The old-school summer is alive and well—and doesn’t feel at all cliché when you’re there—less than two hours south of Salt Lake City along the small towns that dot Highway 89 in Sanpete County. Read more [here].
Highway 89 Visited: Utah’s small-town summer celebrations
June 27, 2012 by Leave a Comment