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Snowshoeing Guardsman Pass Road | Big Cottonwood Canyon

The thing that I have found helps me to get through winter in Northern Utah is embracing it. Once I am playing in the snow and admiring all the ice crystals it is then that I find peace. I feel so privileged to be living so close to MOUNTAINS. Seriously, I can be in so many mountains/canyons in less than 30 minutes. I personally love Salt Lake City so much for this very reason. It is so close to mountains and I find that frequently taking my kids outside helps me in so many ways. First of all, my house

SnowShoeing Wheeler Creek Trail

A few Saturdays ago, I decided to go on a snowshoe hike without my #ohniceandchubbybabies. I figured it was high time to have some Mama/Short Girl time with my gal Mikaela from Indie Ogden. Mikaela found the trail, I picked her up and we drove up Ogden Canyon to find Wheeler Creek Trail and Icebox Trail. Now, as I was driving up to this location I was kind of worried about two short mama hiking up through the mountains alone. For brief second I wondered if we should have brought some pepper spray. I even went as far to think
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