Tiny.be seems to be offering some very nice free software. They’ve released 4 open source enterprise management “softwares” as they call them. This includes a project management application, CRM, marketing, and accounting piece of software.

back to the real heat

In Park City we enjoyed rafting, mountain biking, hiking, and great food. I particularly enjoyed mountain biking and will be anxious to try it again either here or next time we return to the mountains. The downside here is there’s no ski lift to carry us up the mountain.

We came home late Wednesday night on a direct flight from Salt Lake City to Raleigh thanks to Delta. The heat in Park City wasn’t nearly as bad as here. Luckiy we have air conditioning to help. We’re both extremely tired from the trip, the time change, and two very busy days at work for me.

texas, colorado, wyoming, and utah

thursday night, I flew to Denver, CO via Houston, TX. The next morning Libby’s family (minus Elly), Ethan’s girlfriend, Martha, and I then drove from Denver to Park City, UT yesterday. We arrived at Libby’s family’s home in the evening to find the home at 92 degrees. The family has been considering installing air-conditioning. It does get pretty cool at night, around 60 last night but we had trouble getting the circulation going sufficient for cooling off the upstairs.

Otherwise, we’re greatly enjoying the views, company, and time off!