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Friday Night at Causey Reservoir | Adventurin'

Is it just me complaining about the heat? I feel like the last two weeks I've just hunkered down inside, next to my AC. The mornings/evenings don't seem to be any cooler, which just adds to my complaints. Luckily, we do have AC, so I am grateful for that. I just keep thinking back to a few months ago, when I didn't mind being out at 5 pm at Causey Reservoir. (This post is from earlier this summer, I've heard that right now, Causey is 15 feet below the waterline.) (Check out this MilosTees shop! They've got some super cool

Giveaway | Nomad Paddle | Unshoes

We are out exploring Promontory Point with Utah.com today and wanted to spread the fun. You remember how we loved Causey Reservoir? We want to give you that same adventure! We've teamed up with Nomad Paddle Outfitters & Unshoes so you can create your own Causey Day. **************Giveaway************** One person will win 2 All Day Paddle board Rentals to Nomad Paddle Outfitters (Check out their pick-up and drop-off locations here) 1 Pair of Wokova Sandals from Unshoes. These sandals aren't just for water, I've hiked in them too! Plus The Salt Project is going to throw in some tickets to

7 Places to add to your Spring Break Bucket List in Southern Utah

Today, we have one of the coolest/talented/craziest guy I know. Terral Fox is a super outdoor enthusiast/farmer/artist/dad/shoemaker. Having grown up in the red rocks of Cedar City, he knows all the cool places. I've watched his Instagram/Facebook account for years and he's been so many cool places! He owns a minimalist sandal company called Unshoes. He's taken his Unshoe Sandals (and kids) to the top of Angel's Landing (picture above) to the bottom of the Grand Canyon to Havasupai. Terral is also known to have Unicycled down Blowhard Trail in Cedar City (which is hard enough on a bike.) He's
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