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This morning on Studio 5 we shared our favorite ways to 'Cheat the Heat' and fake like its summertime already! This time of year is always the hardest for me to get through. There isn't enough nice snow left to let the kids build, sled or play in and not enough warmth for Spring to have yet sprung. Instead everything is a muddy mess... we attempted a park this weekend, but my toddler fell in a melted puddle and was wet and cold and it didn't last long. Instead we are pretending like we are Trapeze Artists preparing for our summer roadshow, going out for cool treats and lounging by the pool:

Utah Flying Trapeze | Salt Lake City

Sip 'n Swirl | Bountiful

Surf n' Swim Dollar Days | Layton



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Lizzie Mac Sat, 02/27/2016 - 09:34

Fake it till you make it.. sooo many fun things to do. I love Antelope Island and seeing everything and everyone who is waking up from their winter's nap.
Sure would like to win this one!!

Doris Jenkins Tue, 03/01/2016 - 15:19

We are willing to try out a few things in March with grandkids! Let us know what's in Utah next month! Thanks so much!

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