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Ricks Springs Cave | Cache National Forest

Ricks Springs is a karst spring in Logan Canyon. It's about 20 minutes from Bear Lake. I have seen the cave off the side of the road many times as we have driven to Bear Lake and have always wanted to stop. Today was my lucky day! We pulled over on the shoulder of the road and took 15 minutes for a little pit stop to explore the springs and cave. There are plaques of information about the springs as well as a nicely paved path and bridge. There are also trails along the back side of the springs that

11 Reasons to visit Logan | Park Guide

You'd think I would know Logan inside and out. Much of my family went to school at USU and are always raving about how much they love Logan. Yet, we don't seem to make it up there very often. So, we made a random choice and headed up the canyon to go and explore Logan for a half day. It's kind of random, but I love driving through cities and finding the random. The Crepery 540 S Main St One place I have visited on multiple occasions is The Crepery. The Crepery started because the owners wanted to adopt and

Utah Baby Animal Days Guide | Adventurin'

Hello Spring! For some reason Baby Animal Days makes us all go starry eyed with ridiculous amounts of love for fluffy little baby animals. Am I Right?! So we've come up with a list of Baby Animal Days for this Spring. Plus, we've also include a list of places where you can pet or see animals, baby or not. USU Botanical Center Baby Animal Days | Kaysville Friday, May 6, 3 - 8 p.m. & Saturday, May 7, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m See the Salt Project's Visit here. American West Heritage Center Baby Animal Days | Wellsville 10:00 am

3 Things to do in Hyrum during Christmas Break | Field Trippin

1. Hardware Ranch One of our first Salt Project Adventures! Yes, you can do all of these activates in a day. Just plan accordingly. It's an all day thing if you don't live nearby. I would guess there is quite a bit more snow than when we went last year. 2. Hyrum City Park aka Winter Wonderland We passed this park on our way to Hardware Ranch. We probably spent 30 minutes there, but we could have stayed forever! 3. Salt Hollow Park | Hyrum, UT We also passed this park on our way as well. Who knew Hyrum had

North Logan Pumpkin Walk | Adventurin'

If you're sick of visiting pumpkin patches and corn mazes, you might try taking a trip to Logan for its annual North Logan Pumpkin Walk. They’ve managed to create a Halloween tradition that’s festive and FREE. As a kid, I visited the North Logan Pumpkin Walk quite often. My aunt and grandma often made a scene for the walk and it was always so exciting to see what they could make with pumpkins. As an adult, I saw some impressive artistic skills and displays. As a kid, I saw magic. Seeing ordinary pumpkins transformed into my favorite characters was fascinating

Utah Farmers Markets | Grubbin'

We love Farmers Markets, we love to support the locals. So we've compiled a list of markets for all over the state! If you know of one that should be placed here, please leave a comment below. Salt Lake City Area 9th West Farmers Market 1060 S. 900 West, Salt Lake City; Sundays, June 14 through October 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Downtown Farmers Market Pioneer Park, 350 S. 300 West, Salt Lake City 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays,June 13 through Oct. 24 Downtown Harvest Market Pioneer Park, 350 S. 300 West, SLC Tuesday evenings June 13 through Oct. 24 Gardner

Hyrum City Park

"But don't go trying to use the same route twice. Indeed, don't try to get there at all. It'll happen when you're not looking for it. " - C.S. Lewis. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe As we were traveling up to Hardware Ranch, we passed through the little town of Hyrum. As soon as Stephanie and I got out of the cars, we claimed that we were going to live there one day. The town had Christmas lights still up all down their main street. Made me feel like Christmas was still here. (See our post about the

Fat Boy Ice Cream from Casper's

I remember eating Fat Boys during the hot Utah summers, but they were never whole ones. You see, my family found out that you can buy "seconds" from Casper's Ice Cream. Seconds, meaning, they didn't have a bottom cookie, or it was smashed in the package, or maybe there was no cookie. Yeah, that's how we roll. While we (the adults) probably didn't think it was worth it to drive all the way to Richmond, the kids sure thought it was awesome. They would smash their little noses against the glass and wave at the workers, who happily waved back

Willow Park Zoo

While in Logan we were able to stop at the Willow Park Zoo. It's one of two zoos in all of Utah. While most of their animals weren't outside because it was too cold for them, it was absolutely worth it. The leaves were just changing and the air was crisp and the animals were adorable. We watched the foxes leap. Were chased by turkeys. Met the falcon "Sugar." Her owner, Rob, let us pet her! (Because she wasn't owned by the zoo, it was okay to pet her.) You should really go and meet Rob-the-raptor-man sometime, he's super passionate
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