By Nick PurdyThe weather was great.
It rained like crazy.
The skies were clear.
There was no fog.
The weatherman said it was the perfect day for a hike to the Great Basin’s Deer Park.
The park has been open for nearly two decades, but it was closed on the first of November.
The deer park is one of many in Utah that are closed during winter, but not during the winter months.
It was open for the holidays, but that was because of a major snowstorm that hit the state on Jan. 28.
The first day of spring was upon us, and the weather was fantastic.
It did get a little chilly, but we were all enjoying the snow, which was a big relief.
We were at the Great Salt Lake State Park, and as we made our way to the gate, the temperature dropped below freezing.
I noticed some deer on the side of the road, but I wasn’t able to take photos of them, so I left them at home.
We didn’t know what to expect, but there were plenty of deer along the way.
We stopped by the park to see what was happening, but were met with no one at all.
We tried calling the park and were told it was just another one of the closed areas.
The park closed after 4 p.m., but the weatherman had left the park before we did.
This is where the weather got weird.
We had to wait until 5:30 p.M. to go through the gates and enter the park.
The weatherman told us the weather would be better tomorrow, so we headed back to the hotel.
By 6:30, we were still not able to get through to the park, so the weather turned out to be worse than expected.
We didn’t have much time to go back to our rooms.
We did eventually reach the park at 9:30 a.m. and saw that the weather wasn’t great, but still, it was nice to see a park that was open.
The rain had stopped, and it was beautiful to see the snow.
I was able to snap some photos with my phone and snap some pictures of some of the deer, which were a little more impressive than what I could have taken on the day before.
We had lunch at the lodge, and we headed into the park with the hope of finding a couple of deer.
We found only two deer, but they were in pretty good shape.
We decided to just wait and see if the weather cooperated tomorrow.
At about 10:30 an.m, we found a couple more deer.
They had a big black spot on their head, which turned out not to be a deer, and they were also not able a to walk or play.
We headed out to the parking lot, and by the time we got there, it had already gotten dark.
We waited for a few minutes, and when the light finally came up, we saw two deer standing on the road with a snowplow in their hands.
We thought it was a deer that had wandered onto the road.
The two deer were walking slowly in the darkness, but then they took off again.
We kept a close eye on them, hoping they were still okay.
Finally, we managed to get them to the other side of our road.
They were still walking slowly, but stopped a few feet away from us.
We stopped for some gas and decided to wait for them to turn around and run off.
We then went back to take some photos, and were glad to see they were alright.
As we got closer to the deer park again, we noticed that it was starting to get darker, but this time it was getting dark even more.
The snow was melting, and a few spots were starting to turn into pools.
The snow was starting in the summer months, and even though we had been told the park was open in the winter, we could see the light coming through the trees.
It was getting late, and after a few more minutes, we finally made it inside the park without any problems.
The cold weather kept us going until 5 p.:m.
when we heard a lot of banging on the gate.
We opened the gate and saw a lot more people.
We went into the snowmobile park, and soon, there were deer, deer, more deer, snow, more snow.
The next day, we had another deer sighting.
We decided to leave the park in the morning, and headed back home to Salt Lake City.
The temperature was still around freezing at around 5:00 p.t. so we were not really feeling much of a chill.
As I walked home, I noticed there were two people walking in the snow in the middle of the parking lots.
They appeared to be playing with snowballs, and I could see their headlights light up the road just a little bit.
I also noticed that their faces were covered in