As a recent graduate of University of Utah’s Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program, I recently completed my master’s project. I had hoped to find a way to cover what to expect with dementia and how to plan for future care in a way that would make it more accessible to people facing one of the greatest challenges that life can offer.
Age 95 years and 224 days, to be exact. That’s the age of legendary Utah ski instructor Junior Bounous on April 5 when he entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s oldest heli-skier. He did it via a Powderbird Helicopter atop 11, 489-foot American Fork Twin Peaks, the highest point on the Little Cottonwood Canyon Ridge.