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After waking up from The Blue Mountain Horsehead Inn (Thanks for hosting us!) we did a little town sight seeing.

You might find a few places named "Horsehead something" because there is a mountain that looked like a horsehead. Do you see it?

First stop, breakfast at Peace Tree Cafe.

Try the Autumn Rush Juice.

Pretty sure you are going to want the Coconut French Toast. It was the favorite.

We stopped by the Monticello LDS Temple.

Stopped by some murals.

Luckily, they were all on the same building.

Then we stopped by the Frontier Museum and Visitor Center.

Aiko loved the little town replica from 1889.

The Frontier Museum is a small, but a packed place.

The kids ran around checking out new things every five seconds.

We always get a stamp for our travel journal.

Luckily, little Aiko was there to help me get one.

Be sure to stop by this trading post! We got Aiko a cute little ring. (That she already lost.)

We headed to Lloyd's Lake, where my sister and her husband were "fishing." I quote the fishing, because it was so windy, that they had their poles placed next to their cracked windows and they were sitting inside of the car, holding the fishing line with their hands.

We didn't stay too long. I had a lot of things planned for us that day.

After buckling in the kids, we headed off to hike Butler Wash! So be sure to check out the next post.

Helpful Tips
  • Because of the Easter Holiday, many places weren't open, so be sure to plan a little or you'll end up eating at the Maverik.
  • Pick up some maps at the Visitors Center, you'll want them.

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