Since we had already driven 50 miles out to the Geode Beds, hitchhiked out to the Geode Beds, we thought, why not just camp right where we parked?! So we did! We had packed hotdogs, sandwich meats, s' mores, and snacks, so we were ready to go! We brought the firewood out and started a fire. It was fairly windy so we created a wagon circle with our RVs to help block out the wind. It was a beautiful night. The kids pulled out their bikes and scooters and rode around while we were getting the fire going. After some
We've now been on two RV Trips. (Thanks to Access RV) While this doesn't make us pros, one of our trips was over 10 days cross country while our Utah RV Staycation was 4 days and 3 nights. RVing is basically like camping, you have to bring everything! Even though you might think you are overpacking, you really aren't. I'd say 95% of the stuff we packed this we actually used. So here it is, our Salt Project RV Packing list. Clothes for everyone + a few extra. Light Jackets and Winter Jackets. We like to layer with Patagonia kids
If you've been following The Salt Project for a while, you know that Harmony loves rocks. Like, a lot. So this RV Staycation's main focus was rockhounding! We had two main spots to visit, the Dugway Geode Beds and U-Dig in Delta. The Dugway Geode Beds are on BLM land and it's free to the public to go and dig! The only hard part is that the Dugway Geode Beds are 51 miles on a dirt road in the middle of nowhere. Not really hard, you just have to be committed. While the road is long and bumpy you do
First things first, have you entered to win our Epic RV Staycation Giveaway with Access RV? We've been planning this RV trip for months and we could NOT WAIT to share it with you! Our first place we stopped is WAYYYYYYYY out there, like, way out there! Have you heard of the Sun Tunnels in the Great Basin Desert? They are LITERALLY out in the middle of nowhere. Luckily, Google Maps directions take you RIGHT to the location. We were a little worried about the dirt road with our RV, but nothing an RV couldn't handle. The drive is LONG
Check! We stopped for gas in the tiny town of Koosharem, one of the smallest towns I've seen in a while. Luckily, they had a gas station. It's a super cute tiny town. After Koosharem we headed on out to Bum ROCK! You know The Salt Project loves road side oddities. What's more odd than a giant Bum Rock! The best part? Finding a Geocache there too! We dropped some SP stickers in there so be sure to tag us when you visit Bum Rock! We're excited to see your photos too! Be sure to visit our next post! It's
When we partnered up with Play in Davis, I'll admit, we were a little worried, worried we couldn't do Davis County the justice it deserved! There are so many epic things to do in Davis County and because we live here, we think we've done it all. Wrong. While we have done LOTS of things in Davis County, we've never hiked the Indian Princess Grave before! (thanks to John from Love Letters for sharing this gem with us.) We headed back to a familiar spot for the trailhead of the Indian Princess Grave, the Farmington Pond Parking Lot. We literally
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On our way out to Antelope Island State Park, we saw the strangest thing... Angry Birds and Crazy Pigs! We've actually driven past these for years and finally stopped. The kids thought they were hilarious!