And just who is Tim Panogos?

Mt Timpanogos, from geobloggers, photo by a4gpa

Yes, there really are mountains of such stark beauty, in Utah, next to civilization.

3 Responses to And just who is Tim Panogos?

  1. cowgalutah says:

    I love Mt. Nebo and am blessed to have a view of both it and timp!


  2. Ed Darrell says:

    Lone Peak is lovely, yes — and to have a National Wilderness Area so close to such a large city only adds to its beauty.

    But Timpanogos is the one that was in my bedroom window every morning, and especially when covered in snow, it is one of the prettiest mountains anywhere.


  3. John Moeller says:

    I’ve always been partial to Lone Peak.


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