UT Posted in Utah February 19, 2016 by Catherine Rees These 11 Photos of Utah in the 1960s are Mesmerizing Life was a little bit different in Utah in the 1960s. You may remember it, but here’s a refresher. 1. Little America, Salt Lake City Roadsidepictures/flickr A luxury stay in a bright orange room. 2. Big Hand Cafe, St. George Roadsidepictures/flickr Big Hand Cafe was a popular spot to gather, but it was torn down in the 1960s 3. Family photo, Sunset Steve Buttry/flickr This must have been a special occasion...even in the 1960s little boys couldn't have been that clean all day long! 4. Explorer Scouts at Mt. Timpanogos, 1964 Glannin A. Cloward via Wikimedia Commons Looks like they had a great time! 5. Imperial Motel 400, Cedar City Roadsidepictures/flickr A sunny spot in Cedar City. 6. Utah Jazz Head Coach Jerry Sloan, 1969 Licensed under Public Domain via Commons Utah's beloved Jerry Sloan was playing for the brand new Chicago Bulls in 1969. 7. St. George Blvd. Roadsidepictures/flickr It was a little quieter back in the 1960s. 8. Sunset Motel, St. George Allen/flickr This little motel looks so cute and clean. 9. Utah Lake S.J. & Jessie Quinney Library/flickr Same lake, smaller trees. 10. West of Salt Lake City, 1961 Don Barrett/flickr The photographer thought this photo might have been taken at Saltair, but the topography looks wrong. 11. Entrance Station and Visitor Center, Bryce Canyon, 1968 Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons They've had a few upgrades since 1968. Do you have memories of Utah in the 1960s? Share in the comments.