This is such a beautiful hike. Last time we went we turned around right before the best part (we were on a time crunch) so I was determined to make it to the end this time around.
Spring has arrived and there’s no better way to celebrate than by heading outdoors to discover the signs of new life. This is the Place is the perfect place to go because Baby Animal Days is underway!
If you are looking for some hometown charm, locally owned, free ice-cream cones for the kids, and some good homemade food, Blondie's Diner is your place.
Your kiddos got you dreading those long cold and wet days cooped up inside? Your local library is the answer! I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I only recently discovered all of the amazing, FREE activities that the library has to offer because as a mama to two little boys, it has been a winter blues game changer.
When I first learned about 2$ Tuesdays at Jungle Jim, set aside from being in awe, I was SAD that no one had told me about this before! I have 3 year old twins and a 4 year old. When my husband is working late, evenings can be pretty brutal. However, Jungle Jim’s has saved my sanity on crazy Tuesday nights. Also, adults with children get in FOR FREE.
My sidekick (son) and I are trying to do as many things in the Salt Lake area as possible. I am prone to cabin fever and I refuse to succumb to it yet again! There are so many things going on and I want to experience all of them. I had never been to the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium before yesterday, and am happy to report some awesome things going on there.
On a regular day the aquarium is open from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm. Regular admission is $17.95 per adult, $14.95 from ages 13-17, and a child is $12.95. Any child younger than age two is free.
On our way out of town Sunday afternoon we were deciding on a place for lunch and couldn't pass up the charm of Park House Cafe. It's at the edge of town and you can't miss the bright blue color.
Mild to Wild Rhino Tours were recommended to us by Cable Mountain Lodge where we were staying just outside of Zion National Park. We came to Zion for the hiking, so taking an ATV tour hadn't even crossed our mind. We were so grateful for the recommendation!
Did you know that Utah's first State Capital was in Fillmore Utah?
Are you a fan of Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid? Well, you better head to Grafton Ghost Town, because it was filmed right here in Utah. (Parts of it.) You'll want to start singing "Raindrops keep falling on my head."