My week in Salt Lake City is a wrap. At a post-RootsTech dinner last night hosted by Dick Eastman, I was asked my opinion of the conference. Several people nodded in agreement when I said some sessions were great, but there were too few for the intermediate and advanced genealogist. Two of the three keynotes were excellent, and the vendor exhibits were very good. The conference as a whole was well organized and the venue very good, as long as you don’t mind stairs and can live without coffee. I look forward to catching the sessions I missed from those recorded and live streamed. So many times, I had to choose between two appealing topics and sometimes I concluded that I made the wrong choice. In other cases, I walked into a session and discovered that it was poorly described and not a good pick for me at all. On balance, however, the whole week has been totally satisfying when I consider the intense three days I spent in the Family History Library making new discoveries about my family. For next year’s RootsTech, I’ll be curled up by the woodstove watching the streamed events.