Conestoga Ranch | Family-friendly Glamping at Bear Lake

Last weekend our family did something we’ve never done before. We went glamping! Conestoga Ranch at Bear Lake in Garden City, Utah invited our family up to stay a night in one of their amazing tents. Bear Lake is one of Utah’s most sought after vacation destinations. I’ve often heard friends talk about their amazing Bear… [read more]

Visit the Natural History Museum of Utah + Win 4-Pack of Tickets!

The boys and I love visiting our local museums. A couple weeks ago we got the chance to visit the Natural History Museum of Utah with some other local bloggers. I’d never visited the Natural History Museum of Utah so I had no idea what to expect. The boys and I had a wonderful time… [read more]

Our Adventure Snowshoeing in Utah County #SahaleInspired

Snowshoeing in Utah County A few weeks ago it was Valentine’s Day and The Husband’s birthday all in the same week–funny how that happens every single year. Historically, we’ve been pretty boring people when it comes to celebrating Valentine’s Day and his birthday. (There was that one year, though, when I gave him baby boy… [read more]

Blickenstaffs Toy Store – Where You Can #BringTraditionHome

Thanks to Blickenstaff’s for sponsoring this post! It is a pleasure to write about a place my family loves! Stepping in the door of Blickenstaff’s is like revisiting my childhood. There are a few stops that are a must when we visit our family in Provo, Utah.  One of these stops is Blickenstaff’s, a wonderful… [read more]

Our Zion Ponderosa and Zion National Park Vacation!

I can’t believe how fast the summer has flown by!!  Here in Louisiana we have just three weeks until school starts again.  This summer we spent half our summer vacation time in Utah.  If you haven’t ever been to Utah, I highly recommend a visit! After a two-day road trip we started our vacation at… [read more]

On to Zion! Road Trip Recap

It is images like this that make a 24 hour car ride with 3 small children bearable for me. Texas Wind Farm  I am absolutely captivated by the scenery when I drive on long road trips.  I was lucky to have The Husband driving this time so I could take some pictures. Two weeks ago… [read more]

Tragedy in Provo – Provo Tabernacle Fire

This morning Utah lost one of it’s most beautiful and one of it’s oldest buildings. Construction of the Provo Tabernacle began in 1883 and was completed in 1898.  It has hosted presidential visits, numerous church leaders, and the church services of many denominations.  Our family lives only four blocks from this wonderful structure.  It inspires… [read more]