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Antelope Island Winter Part Dos | Adventurin'

After hearing that Camille went out to Antelope Island in the Winter, I knew what my family would be doing for Martin Luther King Day. Luckily, we did completely different things. Just goes to show there is much to do on Antelope Island. We headed on out to Antelope Island on a drizzly, cold January day. First stop, the Visitor Center. Don't worry, Aiko made it there safely with her hiking sticks. Apparently, this Visitor Center has been there for quite a few years. I've never been and for some reason thought that it was new (in the last few

Antelope Island Buffalo Round-up

We've heard about the Antelope Buffalo Round-Up for years, I guess we'll just keep on hearing about it, too. Apparently there is a Round-up — before the official Round-up. The first Round-up was the real Round-up we wanted to see. Get it? Well we didn't' either. Let me start from the beginning. It was a fine, glorious November morning as we headed out to the lonely island in the Great Salt Lake. Not really sure where we should go for said Round-up, we headed towards the Fielding Garr Ranch. (It's 19 miles from the Visitor Center.) It was safe to
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