Beautiful log home with a million dollar view

Beautiful log home with a million dollar view

Myron Locher

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5 chambres
Couchages 8
4 salles de bain
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Our home is made of 9-inch logs. From the back of our home, the view is marvelous of Utah Valley. Our home gives one the feeling of living in a forest, for we planted many trees 20 years ago. Part of our yard consists of a garden 50 feet by 25 feet in which grow cucumbers, summer squash, crook-neck squash, raspberries, peaches, apples, etc. We have a patio with an outdoor fireplace. Our home is full of antiques.

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  1. I, Myron Hassard, am 73 years old. I am a retired school teacher. I was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. My mother, who is a Locher, was born and raised near St. Gallen, Switzerland. My grandfather is from the Hasle, Burgdorf area and my grandmother is from the Herisau area. My wife, Sherryl Swain Hassard is 65 years old. She is a retired real estate agent. She was born in Maeser, Utah (notice the German spelling), a small country town settled by the Swiss many years ago. Her mother's maiden name is Gerber. Her family is from the Ementhal area. We enjoy the outdoors very much. We like to snowshoe in the winter and travel in the summer. One of the main reasons that we want to spend a month in Switzerland is to research our Swiss ancestry. And of course, we would not be honest if we said that our stay in Switzerland were just family history. We want to see the most beautiful country in the world and meet some of the friendliest people, namely the Swiss. To walk where our parents, grandparents, etc. walked will be a marvelous thrill.





Our neighbor to the south is a professor at Utah Valley State College, and our neighbors to the north are from the Netherlands. They speak Dutch, German and English. All of our neighbors are friendly and helpful. Five minutes from our home is the mouth of American Fork Canyon, one of the most beautiful canyons in the world. In this canyon you can fish, camp, rock climb, hike, canoe and observe mountain sheep, squirrels, chipmonks and deer. 15 minutes from home is Tibble Lake where you can canoe and fish. 20 minutes from home is Granite Flat Campground, one of the most beautiful campgrounds in the world. 30 minutes from home is Timpanooky Campground. It is rustic and beautiful. From Timpanooky you can hike to the top of Mt. Timpanogos which is 12,000 ft. high. The entire hike is a thing to marvel. If one continues to drive up the mountain to the top of Alpine Lood (35 minutes from home) one will experience alpine views to match those of Switzerland. Then one can take the left fork (10 minutes from the fork in the road) to one of the most beautiful natural springs in the world. All of this is in the Wasatch Mountains. Utah Lake is 15 minutes, where you can boat, water ski and fish for record size catfish. To the west is Cabbelas, the largest sporting outfitter in the world - 20 minutes away. At the same distance is Thanksgiving Point, a great place for dinner shows, gift shops, farmers market, petting zoo, golf, gardens, restaurants, etc.

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