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Shan knits, and does a lot of other stuff too.

Blow me away


It’s been a busy few weeks. We worked on an MTV show being filmed here and then, the last of the 6 days, Mike was booked for a 6 day gig in Southern Utah, starting the day after.  This is wonderful, as we really love our work. Though Mike was hired for the second shoot, knowing that he was going someplace… you know, not home, I decided to go with him. So, a week ago, we found ourselves in Milford, UT.

For those of you familiar with Milford, it needs no introduction. Mostly because it only takes a few hours to meet the whole town’s inhabitants. I exaggerate, slightly. Milford’s a town of about 2,000 at the moment. Once a Union Pacific hub, it was also the home of a very successful silver mine. The silver ran out and UP cut down their operations dramatically, so most people now work either on the wind farm (more on that tomorrow,) the less profitable copper mines, or on the hog farms.

Milford is a perfectly nice place, but for someone who has just lived in the downtown area of a city, even a smaller one like Salt Lake, it feels like it’s dying. Having once had multiple hotels, restaurants, clothing stores, grocery stores, and commerce in general, Milford is a shadow of what it was. There are two gas stations, four restaurants (two diners, a take and bake pizza place, and one Chinese place,) a grocery store, a hardware store, a liquor store, a post office, and an antiques shop/florist/craft boutique/video rental store. This is not so bad, but to get to any of these you drive past an example of a similar store that has closed, and the Chinese restaurant has a For Sale sign in the window.

One of the problems in a town like Milford in Utah is that they have a Mormon majority, and those Mormons have a pretty closed society and don’t come off well to the rest of the town. People recently arrived in Milford often feel, if not intentionally, accidentally excluded. It made me really appreciate the more urban ward that I was just in that welcomed all comers, and with kindness. I do hope that progress will be made in Milford, because the construction workers, even some who grew up with a lot of Mormons, have had their opinion of the group as a whole soured.

That said, the people seemed friendly enough. Unlike people in Salt Lake, who we often have a hard time convincing to be on camera, people in Milford not only easily agreed to appear on camera, but offered great ideas for backdrops, events, and people that we should film while they are there.

Here a a few pictures that i took during my walk around the town/grocery shopping:




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