Where were you on 9/11? We shared where we were in our original post about Flag Rock here. We've heard that there is a ceremony at 6:30 AM at the Farmington Fire Station on 9/11. I was unable to find a link online, so if you know of any details comment below! Don't forget to stop at Patsy's Mine. Be sure to #thesaltproject or tag us on your social media. We want to see!
We love September, when the temperatures start to cool off, kids are back in school, and the leaves are starting to change colors around Utah. Here is this month's must-do list that you need to get out and experience. Dartside We seriously love these guys and can't say enough about how much fun we and our kids had running around their indoor nerf gun arena. They are offering our readers a special discount during the month of September, if you mention The Salt Project, you can get a buy 2, get 1 free deal. Stargazing As the days start to
I could feel that something big was going on, but I still hadn't really heard what. I think my mom was watching the news before I left, but she always watched the news. At school I finally found out. I had just walked into my construction classroom and my teacher had the tv on. He NEVER had the tv on, we were usually out on the jobsite working on the house we were all building. Instead we all sat in silence, watching the news play the same clips over and over and over again. Silence was not something that happened
We've got 6 family friendly hikes from 6 different blogs today! Dirt in my Shoes | Little Wild Horse Slot Canyon | San Rafael Swell This place is family friendly, doesn't require any mad climbing skills and gives an awesome experience through the beloved Red Rocks of Goblin Valley. Check out the post here! Utah Valley Moms | Battle Creek Falls | Pleasant Grove A quick 1.2 mile hike to a waterfall. We've seen people rappelling down the cliffs or hiking up the hill to peak over the waterfall edge. Check out the details here. Wanderookie | Red Ledges |
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Harmony here! Optional .25/.5 Hike addition to Patsy's Mine We read about this hike from a friend on Facebook. (Thanks Danika!) Melinda researched a bit and found that it was a pretty short hike (.7 miles) and kid-doable. We packed up our troop and hit the trail at 8am. It was going to be hot, so we hoped to miss most of the heat. We had decided to hike the extra .25/.5 miles (depends on which trail you follow) instead of actually parking on the dirt road. The only way to the dirt road was 15 minutes away and the