After our visit to the Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum, we walked around a bit to check out all the Main Street Flowers.
We've got a whole bunch of new cities to write about! To start off, we'll begin in Vernal. You've probably been to Vernal, but it's probably been like 15 years right? Well, if your story is the same as mine, you'll be please to know that Vernal is totally an awesome city. If you have family that loves dinosaurs, you'll love everything about Vernal.
As we were driving to Vernal, we asked YOU what The Salt Project had to see! We weren't able to visit as many as we wanted, but we did visit some, all because you told us so. We will be posting about our adventures soon but we had so many recommendations, that we decided to make a round-up of your Vernal Favorites!
Happy Fall! It's time to bust out the cozy sweaters, bake everything with cinnamon and start checking things off your fall bucket lists! One of the things that should be at the top of that list is, Apple Picking! As far as Fall family activities go, apple picking is my favorite!
I'll admit, when Stephanie asked if I wanted to try out the Halo SnoozyPod, I was a little hesitant. I'm a firm believer in self soothing babies and I didn't want her to become dependent on something. But it's been a few crazy weeks of sleepless nights for baby. I think she's teething, so I was ready to try something new.
When I heard there was a farm themed park located in Draper I knew it would be the perfect place to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon so we packed up our kiddos and we were on our way. It's located right off of Bangerter Parkway you’ll notice a large sign letting you know you’d arrived at Wheadon Farm Park.
The Salt Project has just gotten back from the Utah Tourism Conference in Vernal and I have lots to write about, but I wanted to hurry and get out this information about the Kokanee Salmon run at Causey Reservoir!
School may be in full swing and Pumpkin flavored everything has invaded our lives but it is still technically Summer! With temperatures in the high 80's it certainly still feels like summer! If you live in Utah Valley and are looking for a stress free way of cooling off after you pick the kids up from school, I'd recommend Dripping Rock Trail in Spanish Fork, Utah.
Where were you on 9/11?