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Funtopia | Field Trippin'

I found a Groupon for a new ‘kid-friendly’ rock climbing place in Lehi, Utah. The sessions come in one-hour increments (additional hours can be purchased for $5) and it seemed like the perfect way to burn some energy indoors. The price was reasonable, so I went ahead and purchased. I was over the top impressed with Funtopia. The one-hour session was just enough time for my kids to bounce from one rock climbing wall to the other. They climbed a giraffe, castle, dinosaur, spider web netting and they also climbed up a tower to jump towards a trapeze. Funtopia also

Parowan Gap Petroglyphs | Little Salt Lake | Dinosaur Tracks | Rock Wall | Southern Utah

We had one goal: visit the Parowan Gap Petroglyphs. Along the way to our destination, we found three other things to see, completely unplanned and unknown to myself. Little Salt Lake We were on our way to Parowan Gap Petroglyphs, when my Father in Law told me that Southern Utah has some Salt Flats. I was kind of baffled. I mean, I know Utah used to be a huge lake, but no one ever talks about Salt Flats in Southern Utah. Come to find out, these Salt Flats are called Little Salt Lake. Apparently, someone owns Little Salt Lake, because
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