Spacious condominium between downtown (Temple Square, City Creek, conventions) and the University of Utah (on campus-events including football games, graduations, conferences, white coat ceremonies, etc.). The light rail (TRAX) runs right by the building and 900 East Station is 1 block away. Grocery stores (including a Whole Foods and Trader Joe's) and restaurants in the immediate vicinity. 10-15 minutes to and from the airport by car; 45 minutes or less to Park City and the other ski resorts.
Open floor plan, windows look out towards the U on the mountain and allow in lots of natural light. Kitchen/dining/living rooms all connected
I spend time away from SLC for work (and adventures), so you'll have run of the house.
Interaction with guests
My sister in law, Jayna, will be the primary contact when I'm away (I sometimes find myself in places with poor cell phone coverage), but I'm more than happy to help out if you can't reach her or have some question she can't answer. Texting is probably the best way to get a hold of me as I screen calls from unknown contacts.
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I work as a locum tenens (traveling) family medicine doctor and recently decided to set down some roots in SLC. Since I'm only living here part time, however, I figured I would offer my home to other travelers/visitors to enjoy while they're here and I'm away.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, and raised mostly in Oklahoma and Ohio (with briefer stints in Michigan and Colorado), I've lived/worked in a few other places in the intervening 20 years or so: Lithuania, Utah, China, New England, Guatemala, Northern California, South Korea, Germany, Afghanistan, Arizona, New Mexico, and Alaska. During that time I've also had the chance to visit quite a few more places here and there. I've enjoyed my travels and had some great adventures. And plan to have more.
After finishing my commitment in the Air Force in 2013, I took a year off from work to also bicycle around Cuba for a month, bike-camp (7200 miles or so) across the United States, and then later through Patagonia (Argentina and Chile). I started working again with Indian and Native health services at Taos Pueblo, NM, then later in Bethel, Alaska, and currently in Winslow, AZ (yes, of "standing on the corner" notoriety).