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Twenty Five Main | Grubbin | St. George

We walked passed this darling bakery and i had to stop because, cupcakes! They happen to be a little cafe and bakery so of course we stopped for lunch and a sweet treat. The kids(7-9yrs) were thrilled that they had pb&j's (their fave), a side of apples and pb&h, because one can never have to much pb&anything I always say. And of course we couldn't pass up SLC's local Apple Beer! I got a salad and homemade lemonade. It was basically amazing. The weather was perfect so we enjoyed eating alfresco on the sidewalk. Afterwards we each picked out a

The Crack | Pioneer Park | St. George | Roadtrippin'

So the First time we took the kids(7m-9yrs) to St. George was in February and I had no clue where to go or what to do, so naturally, I hopped on The Salt Project to look at Harmonys post about The Crack. We went. We loved it. We had to go back. So 3 months later, we found ourselves back in St. George, and ready to do some major exploring. Last time we went to The Crack mid day on a weekend. It was pretty busy, you could only go up the crack because there were people in front and

Giveaway | Town Square Splash Pad | St. George | Roadtrippin'

Just down the street from Pioneer Park (here) is the The Red Rock Splash Pad located in Town Square. We stopped here everyday while we were visiting St. George. The kids (10m-9yrs) loved it! There was plenty of shade for me (ginger) and it is nice and open so it was easy to keep my eye on all for kids at once. It's located right at the heart of down town and is in walking distance of plenty of places to eat and several museums. We'll be sharing some of our newfound favorite places soon! ***GIVEAWAY*** Were you eyeballin' Zions

Glitter Mountain *Updated with new map! | St. George | Roadtrippin'

***************When The Salt Project originally wrote about Glittler Mountain, years ago, we did our homework. There was no claim on this mine. We called the BLM in Arizona to verify. Since then, it appears there is a claim on the mine. (We've also called and haven't been able to verify the claims.) Either way, if there are signs up (which there were not when we went) follow the RULES. We are not responsible for your actions. Yes, we when went, we used giant tools and had a bucket, but again, there were no rules at the time that we were

Roadtrippin' | Southern Utah | Cedar City

We love Southern Utah. Melinda and I have spent some serious time in the beloved Red Rocks. This weekend we're going to hit Cedar City and show you guys some of our favorites things to do! In the meantime, here are some of the more kid-friendly hikes we've done in the past. This is just scratching the surface too, when it comes to hikes. We'll post some more details of each of these hikes later. All of these hikes are within an hour of Cedar City. Zion National Park: Timber Creek Overlook Trail Zion National Park : Taylor Creek Trail

Roadtrippin' | Southern Utah | Places to go or eat in Cedar City

Cedar City is all about the pioneers. My husband's family was one of the early settlers. Let's just say, they've been there a while. Cedar City really is one of my favorite places. Cedar City is known as the Festival City, and besides having all sorts of stuff to do in town, it's also so close to so MANY other amazing places. Zion National Park, Cedar Breaks, Old Iron Town, Pine Valley are just a few amazing places just an hour away. I love that you can go from the red rocks to the pine tree forest in minutes. We've

Roadtrippin' | Southern Utah | Just outside Cedar City

We've got a few hikes for you. Harmony and Melinda lived in Cedar City during college and seemed to hike a lot more than they do now! These are some of our favorite spots. Some are popular, some are only known to the locals. Some hikes are for older kids, like teenagers, while some can be all ages. We hope that you'll try them out! Red Cliffs Nature Trail | Red Cliffs near St. George. (All Ages) It's not really as scary as the picture looks. But it makes it look super cool right? This lovely hike is just a
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