On our way out of town Sunday afternoon we were deciding on a place for lunch and couldn't pass up the charm of Park House Cafe. It's at the edge of town and you can't miss the bright blue color.
Mild to Wild Rhino Tours were recommended to us by Cable Mountain Lodge where we were staying just outside of Zion National Park. We came to Zion for the hiking, so taking an ATV tour hadn't even crossed our mind. We were so grateful for the recommendation!
Did you know that Utah's first State Capital was in Fillmore Utah?
Are you a fan of Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid? Well, you better head to Grafton Ghost Town, because it was filmed right here in Utah. (Parts of it.) You'll want to start singing "Raindrops keep falling on my head."
We're continuing with Rhiannon's Antelope Island Hike post. See Buffalo Point Hike here.
I didn’t really plan to do this hike at first, but while driving I saw a sign that said “Guided Hiking tour at 1pm” it was 12:55 when I saw the sign and I thought ‘WHY NOT?’ I wanted to take advantage of the 10$ entrance fee!
Antelope island is SO COOL. I love that there are other posts of Antelope Island on the Salt Project. Because really, if you live in northern Utah and you haven't been, you should. That's it. No excuses. It's awesome, and I feel like it's SOOOOO UTAH. This is perfect for Spring.
Auntie Rae’s Dessert Island, located in the heart of Holladay at 4704 South Holladay Blvd, became a sweet oasis for my two little boys and I on a rainy night when my husband was working late and we were in the mood for dessert for dinner. We were quickly charmed by the warm environment of the bungalow turned dessert shop and by the cute, helpful gal behind a display of tasty treats. I mean, what’s not to like about a place with the phrase “dessert island” in the name?
One of the ways we have figured out to beat the winter blues in our house is swim lessons. It has helped us have something to look forward to while the snow keeps falling. Growing up and living in Florida most my life, swimming and water sports were an every day thing. When we moved here I wanted to make sure my girls still developed a love for the water and the skills to stay safe near it.
These guys have been on my radar for years! Salt City Pizza is locally owned since 2004. Frank the owner was there and made a few recommendations for us. Oh you guys! I just LOVE family owned businesses! You can just feel the love they put into what they do.
This is a great hike in Moab to a giant arch- and the best part is, it’s outside of Arches National Park! So if you do not want to buy a pass into the park, this is the hike for you. It’s free!