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Virgil Gibbons Heritage Park | Stokes Nature Center Firefly Walk

I knew it was going to be a magical evening when it started with a double rainbow. Stokes Nature Center’s Firefly Walk did not disappoint. It is a special event to spend with your family! (Past Salt Project Firefly article here.) For the Firefly Walk we met at the Virgil Gibbons Heritage Park in Nibley. (Note: This is not at the actual Stokes Nature Center.) They started with a super fun craft and a sweet story time for the little kiddos as you wait for it to become dark enough. They also had a great little talk about fireflies prior

Poppies and Fireflies in Utah? Oh my!

Guess how we found out about these poppy fields? From you. Angie sent us an e-mail with directions and photos (above.) So of COURSE we had to run up to Mantua to check it out! We love hearing from fellow Utahns. Keep using the hashtag #thesaltproject. Or e-mail! Mantua Poppy Fields I can't tell you how many times we've driven past Mantua and never ever stopped there. We've always coveted the area, but never actually stopped. We know the poppies don't last forever, but it looks like there were a bunch more getting ready to bloom. I think it would
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