June 6 (Saturday) is Free Fish Day. Anyone can fish for free—no license required!
Our boys are really into fishing, and we are trying to support them in this new hobby! 😆 So we have tried lots of fishing spots in Utah County!
We wrote a blog post about 5 kid-friendly fishing spots in Utah County to help you be successful fishing families, too! You can read all the details about the fishing spots on our blog. But these are the 5 we like:
1. Payson Lakes
2. Tibble Fork Reservoir
3. Manila Creek Pond
4. Vivian Park
5. Highland Glen Pond
Tell us where you like to fish with kids—we love hearing your ideas!
"Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it's holy ground. There's no greater investment."
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Toss that cap in the air because class of 2020 graduates get to experience the Screaming Falcon Big Line tour for only $20! This zip line will send you flying for 3,900ft over Rainbow Bay at speeds up to 65mph for a savings of 60% using code GRADUATES through 6/14. Valid for 2020 graduates only, will be required to show valid school ID during tour checkin. Under 18 must have a parent/guardian sign a participation waiver. If purchasing multiple ticket for graduates you will need to purchase each separately.
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. ¡Lanza esa gorra en el aire porque los graduados de la clase 2020 podrán experimentar la gira Screaming Falcon Big Line por solo $ 20! Esta tirolesa lo enviará a volar por 3,900 pies sobre Rainbow Bay a velocidades de hasta 65 mph para un ahorro del 60% usando el código GRADUADOS hasta el 6/14. Válido solo para los graduados de 2020, se les pedirá que muestren una identificación de la escuela válida durante el registro de la gira. Los menores de 18 años deben tener un padre / tutor que firme una exención de participación. Si compra boletos múltiples para graduados, deberá comprar cada uno por separado. Abierto todo el año! #ziplineutah ziplineutah.com @zipline_utah
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Reason #1 ,259 to stay home in your downtown Salt Lake City apartment…
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A scenic spot in Long Canyon along Utah’s Burr Trail. The Burr Trail was originally used to move cattle through the rugged terrain. No it’s a scenic route for tourists like me. This was an interesting, mostly cloudy afternoon, with the underside of the low clouds a pinkish to purplish tone. My only explanation is that the clouds were reflecting the colors of the land. The rock formations in the canyon were pretty cool as well!
View from Inspiration Point // Bryce Canyon National Park
Standing on the Rim Trail near Inspiration Point, you have an incredible view of the amphitheater and all the unique formations within it - Wall of Windows, The Cathedral, Hindu Temples - as well as Peekaboo Canyon & Trail, Bristlecone Point, and Tropic.
In 2015, a study showed that about 1 in 8 drivers were on the road without INSURANCE!😬 This number has risen every years since 2010! But did you know your own insurance could possibly cover your medical bills🏥 in an accident even if the other person doesn't have insurance!? This is called your uninsured motorist🚗 coverage.
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In Garfield County, UT, "The Blues" are greenish-grey clay foothills which can be viewed along Highway 12 between Henrieville and Escalante, near Powell Point. These badlands of shale were deposited in the Late Cretaceous (~73-77 million years ago) when the area was submerged beneath an inland sea. The geologic term for this rock unit is the Kaiparowits Formation, and it represents the top layer of one of the best, most continuous records of life from that time. Fossilized bones, egg shells, and other paleontological treasures are being excavated from these rocks to this day, including 40-foot long crocodiles, tyrannosaurus, and some of Earth's earliest marsupials. More recently, this area and the surrounding region is part of the traditional homeland of the Southern Paiute.
June 15 here we come!!! (If you missed it, that’s our re-open date 😉). 🙌🏽🎶🥳
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Most people visit the "Mighty 5" national parks on a Utah road trip, but Utah has so many state parks and national monuments that shouldn't be missed. One of those is Natural Bridges National Monument. The crowds are smaller and the views are just as breathtaking.
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Headlight Restorer is a one step product that removes the dry layer of plastic from your headlights that causes them to look yellow and hazy. Not only does it restore, but it also contains a synthetic sealant that coats your headlights once you’ve buffed it off to protect it from harsh UV rays and keep them looking sharp!
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No one tells you when to start.
You have to choose that it’s time to start the wondrous life that you were put on this earth to live.
Because no one gets to tell you what choice is best for you. (Unless you’re my mother and you know that I should pick chocolate ice cream because i always love it and I’ll spend an hour deciding in the store otherwise. @playfulhealthymama u know me so well 😉) You may not know where you’re supposed to start and what you’re supposed to choose. It’s doesn’t have to be an “a-ha!” moment and that is wonderful.
Follow that simmering fire in your gut. It will take you to where the sidewalk ends and over rainbows.
That fire is all you need
You will create a story like no other and I’d love to hear it one day.
Thor's Hammer standing tall in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Man, we beginnen het reizen nu toch wel echt te missen. Hopelijk kunnen we volgend jaar rond deze tijd weer terugkijken op fijne vakanties! Bryce Canyon blijft een favoriet bij ons. Bij ons bezoek liepen we rond Thor's Hammer in het drukste deel van het park. Zelfs op een zomerdag was er ruimte zat en voelde het niet druk aan. Een hele fijne plek!
Should you even have a roof if the sky can look this good? 🌟 •
Loved our time at the @zionmountainranch last week! They are located on the east side of Zion which is super handy if you’re looking to explore nearby areas that aren’t as busy as the Zion main canyon is 👌 PLUS, they told me that they are having awesome deals this summer so if you’re looking for that “socially distant” getaway, you’ve found it 😍
The stars didn’t want to come out and play the night we were there so a little imagination and photoshop magic took care of that! Check the stories for the before/after photos 😊 However, if you are wondering...YES you really can see incredible night skies like these in the area if you go on a cloudless night 🌌 •
Ohh Kanab!! Have you been to Kanab yet? What’s your favorite activity to do in Kanab?
Kanab is in the middle of everywhere, its close to Zions and Escalante, also close to Bryce Canyon, you can stay in Kanab for few days and visit all these places and more!
Here is a list of places to go when you visit Kanab!
1. Hiking Buckskin Gulch we love this place, go early and take all the time you need to take pictures, just dont go during flooding season.
2. Zions National Park, you go through the tunnels and there is so many places to stop and take pictures.
3. Pink Coral Sand Dunes, take kids for sand sledding or for wheeler riding, many places rent them.
4. Visit Moqui Cave where you can find Dinosaurs tracks, we never been to this place but if you have tell us about it!
5. Visit the Animal Sanctuary they have rescue dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, horses, goats, and pigs, kids love this place.
6. Belly of the Dragon, it’s a short trip this would be so fun to include if you are going to the Pink Sand Dunes.
8. Check Out Glen Canyon Dam Visitor’s Center, the view from this place is the best special when the sun is going down, take tons of pictures.
9. The Wave, now you need to go to the BLM office and try to win to visit the lottery for early birds. There is a whole page about the process to enter to win once you get there early in the morning or by applying online, more info in my bio link.
10. Visit Lake Powell ohh what a paradise the Wahweap Marina is there for you to enjoy it!
Tag a friend let’s go for a trip to Kanab!
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Time is running out. Don’t forget to explore Goblin Valley State Park to find the Omega Crux! Learn more ➡️ http://bit.ly/UTAHROCKS
Zion National Park reopens today!!! 👏👏👏This is the furthest you can hike on the Angels Landing Trail though. The park has guidelines and restrictions in place to encourage social distancing and slowly reopen the park. Here’s what you need to know:
(Summary from @eastzionadventures )
-The park will only be open during daylight hours from about 6 am to 8 pm.
-The shuttles will not be running and visitors can only park in designated areas; if traffic congestion occurs, the Zion-Mount Carmel Highway may temporarily close.
Open Trails (day use only):
* Pa’rus Trail
* Archaeology Trail
* The Grotto Trail
* Riverside Walk
* Watchman Trail
* Sand Bench Trail
* Kayenta Trail (no access to Emerald Pools from this trail) * Scout’s Lookout to West Rim Trail (the chained section of Angel’s Landing remains closed)
* Kolob Canyons
* Zion Lodge
* Museum and Theater
* Angels Landing Chains Section
* Canyon Overlook Trail
* Wilderness and Recreation Permits
* Climbing and Canyoneering
* Overnight Backpacking
* The Narrows (due to high water flow)
* Lower Emerald Pools Trail (due to trail construction)
* Weeping Rock area, including Observation Point (via East Rim Trail from Weeping Rock), Hidden Canyon, and Weeping Rock Trails (due to rockfall)
All park visitors will be expected to follow these COVID-19 Health Guidelines:
* Maintain social distance from other visitors (6 feet or more)
* Do not exceed group size limits
* Wash hands with soap for 20 seconds
* Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing
**These guidelines are effective from May 13-May 21st, but are subject to change at any time. Follow @zionnp’s website and social media channels for updates**
I received a random message saying something along the lines of, you won’t be able to do all that crazy stuff when you “settle down” and have kids. And then got rather huffy/offended when I said I don’t want any kids.
I hear some variation of this all too often. So just a reminder for anyone who needs/wants to hear it - there is no right and “correct” life template, and there is absolutely no single path that everyone *should* follow. Do what gives you purpose, do what puts a smile on your face and a spark in your heart.
For some, that might very well lead happily to a big house and children. For myself, I’ve decided to be childfree and prioritize freedom of time and exploration. And for others, it’s some in-between or any number of entirely different paths. The important point: there is no right or wrong to any side of it.
Maybe even more importantly, my or any person’s choices do not reflect judgement on someone else’s choices, differing or not. Nor is there validation/invalidation in any comparison.
Located just outside Zion National Park is the Birch Hollow technical route pictured here. I’m again blown away at the image quality from the GoPro 8. I won’t be making any large prints but for sharing the beauty of this canyon to IG - it works brilliantly. We had a great team and made some great memories - like my Prusik getting stuck on a sharp edge that was very wet and slippery. I ended up dangling, free hang, in a minor water way that left me very cold the rest of the day. Quick team work and I was on my way again.