Folks all along the Wasatch Front seemed collectively smitten with spring fever Friday as record warm temperatures sent them scurrying to parks, backyard gardens and golf courses to experience life after the recent Utah ice age. In Sugarhouse Park, Kim Walkowski and his 5-year-old daughter, Amber, thought it a perfect day to go fly a kite. A record high 75 degrees was recorded at Salt Lake International Airport Friday, breaking the previous high of 73 set in 1972. But they were turning in record-breaking numbers in south-central Utah, too. Hanksville had a high of 85, topping the previous high by 9 degrees. A record high minimum temperature of 53 degrees was also recorded at the airport Friday, shattering the old mark of 45 set in 1967.