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Spiral Jetty | Great Salt Lake | Britney

Brittney is back! She's writing all about Spiral Jetty. (See our post on It's definitely one of my favorite Utah adventure destinations. Here's a little background info for you. In 1970, Robert Smithson used over six thousand tons of black basalt rocks to form a coil 1,500 feet long that winds from the northeastern shoreline of the Great Salt Lake and into the water. He name his work "Spiral Jetty". Its pretty awesome. We made the mistake of trying to tack this trip onto the end of an already adventure filled day, and our kids just didn't make it

Tolman Park | Bountiful

Everyone, please welcome Brittney! She's local to Bountiful, has 3 littles and loves to adventure. She's going to be guest writing for The Salt Project because she loves Utah. Leave a comment below to say hi! Tolman Park | Words and Pictures by Brittney This is Tolman Park but if you want to feel like a local, call it by its original name “Rocket Park”. At first site, this park looks like your typical everyday park. Toys? Check. Pavilion? Check. Bathrooms and drinking foundations? Check and Check. But, don’t let its basic appearance fool you, this park is a dream
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