On August 3, the Park City Garden Club met at a home in Coalville. It was a great turnout and a beautiful place to spend a summer evening. The log home was originally built as a hunting lodge in 1930 and is situated along the bank of Chalk Creek, which flows into the Weber River. The owners recently moved there and have been busy with restorations and landscaping. They also had a speaker, Maegen Lewis, head of the garden department of the Utah State Extension Service serving Wasatch and Summit counties. She talked extensively about how to manage the current drought and prepare for a drier future in Utah. Thanks to the lodge owners for their hospitality and to Meagen for becoming a new resource to the club. Also thanks to Lisa Williams for contributing photos.