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Paper Airplane Trail at Powder Mountain

We've been seeing photos here and there of a giant paper airplane on Powder Mountain and we finally found it. Not that it's hard, but I was a little intimidated because all the photos I've seen have people on mountain bikes. I did a little research and found out it was a beginner trail (for adults) and figured the kids could probably do the .9 (ish) ride down the mountain. It was pretty exciting coming around the bend and spying the airplane way out there. It looked magical! We literally put "Paper Airplane Trail" in our phones and it took

Carver's Cove Petting Farm

I don't know how your summer is going but has anyone else's kids been sick forever!! It's kind of maddening. One kid gets it and everyone after that. It goes on for weeks. Luckily, my sister asked if we wanted to go for a drive. It's the perfect thing to do with one baby getting over sickness + her older brother and sister who just started getting sick. We drove up to Causey Reservoir and I seriously wished everyone felt better, the water was calling us. In the end, we drove all the around Pineview Reservoir and happened upon Carver's

Ogden Valley Balloon Festival | Adam

Even though the Ogden Valley Balloon Festival has already passed, we wanted you to see Adam's awesome photos! So next year, mark you calendars in August! I don't want a summer without adventures. Kids holding my hand on our way to discovery. Simple times with happy hearts. This summer has been just that. The last opportunity before school starts. Was at the Ogden Valley Balloon Festival. The origin of this festival began in 1994. It was used as a way to raise funds for a new Bowery at the Eden city park. The popularity forced the festival to move to
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