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Glitter Mountain | St. George, UT

We made another trip down to St. George recently and the kids can't get over the excitement of Glitter Mountain, so we made a trip back out to the old gypsum pit to do some amatuer mining. This time when we went it was a bright, clear, sunny day and the moment we rounded the old dirt road and saw Glitter Mountain come into view my breath may have caught for a moment. It is truly astounding to see the bright light sparkling all over the mountainside. Pictures really don't do it justice, the entire mountainside really does shine! The

Two Tiny Utah Towns You Need to Visit

Anyone else in a sudden funk of downers? Maybe it was the Holidays or something because now I find myself mentally trying to plan a trip to somewhere warmer and just anywhere else but here. So instead, I'll write about this little road trip we took on Halloween day last year. . . We had just finished our half day trip in Zion National Park and decided to take the road less traveled. Namely, through the tunnels of the East Entrance in Zion. If you continue following the East Entrance towards Mt. Carmel you'll find the coolest, somewhat scandalous, family
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